PresentMemory launches beta site to empower the next generation to share their family's Holocaust stories

By PresentMemory9 days ago


LOS ANGELES, April 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, on Yom HaShoah, PresentMemory announced the launch of its beta site to empower the families of Holocaust survivors to share their personal stories in a compelling, easy-to-follow narrative, using best-available imagery and data and a user-friendly online interface.

PresentMemory was started by Emily Kane Miller, the grandchild of survivors, who wanted to tell her own family's story, and knew the process to create a high-quality, engaging presentation could be time-consuming and challenging.

PresentMemory(a 501(c)3 endeavor) has partnered with,a nonprofit, collaborative platform inviting Jews of all backgrounds to personalize their Passover Haggadah, which is now expanding its scope to cover Shoah memory. Leveraging's preexisting infrastructure, PresentMemory is able to bring its resource to families quickly and cost-effectively.

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