Robert Kraft, Meek Mill march for Holocaust victims, survivors

Robert Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots,

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft participated in the annual “March of the Living,” a trek between two former Nazi-run death camps in Oswiecim, Poland.
picture, Michal Dyczuk ,AP,

more than, Please! Someone in power is using their platform for good and for the benefit of others. new England Patriots Owner Robert Kraft led a March to honor victims and survivors of the Holocaust in Poland on Tuesday. Among a group led by Kraft that participated in the 35th International March of the Living was rapper Meek Mill, who was released from prison in 2018. Kraft was one of several public figures to serve previous gun and drug convictions. had pleaded guilty to his sentence on a probation violation. be converted. All five of Meek Mill’s studio albums have reached at least No. 3 on the US Billboard charts.

ThreeThe -kilometer march is an annual commemoration that takes place around Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest Nazi concentration camp during World War II. more than one million people Died in the camp from 1940-45. Honoring Holocaust survivors at large and in sport is important as Monday night marks the start of Yom Hashoah, Israel’s Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Kraft’s delegation was part of the Foundation to Combat Antisemitism, an organization launched by the Patriots’ owner in 2019. In late March, the Anti-Defamation League issued a report Anti-Semitic incidents in the United States increased by 36 percent In 2022, 3,697 such incidents are happening. Reports say this is the third time in five years total anti-semitism incidents That was at an all-time high since the ADL began tracking that information in 1979. Kudos to Kraft for taking its time to put on events that might curtail that dreadful trend.