Boston Globe: ‘Mein Kampf’ publisher will support Holocaust survivors

As a result of community advocacy and various negotiations, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt has dramatically changed course from their original plans to distribute Mein Kampf proceeds to various Boston-area organizations. The proceeds from the sale of the English translation of Mein Kampf will now be used over a multi-year period to provide direct care to Survivors of the Holocaust though a grant to JCRC partner agency Jewish Family & Children's Service of Greater Boston.

While this is not the grant for Holocaust education that earlier proceeds had been used for (and what we advocated for in recent months) it is absolutely an appropriate role for the use of profits from the sale of the blueprint for the Shoah - to care directly for the Survivors.

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