Gerhard Richter is Germany's most famous living artist. His painting is known the world over, and his work confronting the Holocaust is about to get a new audience. His "Birkenau" series is now going on display inside the German parliament.
One-fifth of millennials do not know what Auschwitz was, according to a new report. And more than half of Americans believe that something like the Holocaust could happen again.
A punk rock vocalist has criticized two award-winning artists for invoking Auschwitz to describe their "defined" bodies. The hip-hop artists have distanced themselves from anti-Semitism after public outrage in Germany.
Presidents Andrzej Duda and Reuven Rivlin came together to pay tribute to the dead and promise "never again anti-Semitism." The march came at a time of tension between the countries due to a new law in Poland.
The Association of Roma in Poland is located near Auschwitz, where German Nazis murdered more than 1 million people. Speaking to DW, spokesman Wladyslaw Kwiatkowski says the community still faces discrimination today.
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