Welcome to Boston 3G!


Boston 3G, Inc. is a non-profit organization that creates an outlet for Holocaust remembrance in Greater Boston, focusing on the perspective of the third generation. Our mission is to explore our shared history to keep the memories of survivors alive and to bring together anyone who is committed to ‘Never Forget’ and ‘Never Again’.

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  • Boston 3G Call for Submissions!

    book1Boston 3G is excited to announce that we are now accepting submissions for our first book, a third generation anthology. We are looking for your best original non fiction work telling us how being a grandchild of a Holocaust survivor has shaped who you have become.  Please ensure the voice is from the perspective of you, the grandchild of a Holocaust survivor.  Submissions should be 500-3,000 words in length.  We are particularly interested in hearing about your quirks, your challenges, your joys, and your interesting nuances growing up in a survivor family. Deadline for submissions: October 1, 2014.  Submissions accepted into the book will receive a complimentary copy after publishing.  We welcome submissions from nationwide and abroad as well!
    Online submissions only.  Please email submissions to Submissions@Boston3G.org and include your name, address, and phone number.  For questions, please email Boston3G@gmail.com.

Upcoming Events

5th Annual Yom HaShoah Frozen Memorial

May 04, 2014 at 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm
1 Faneuil Hall Marketplace
Boston, MA


Immediately following the Greater Boston Yom HaShoah remembrance, Join Boston 3G to honor Holocaust Remembrance Day in our own special way and become part of the action! 

Boston 3G is looking for YOU to help us make an impact and call attention to those lost in the Holocaust through a unique and modern twist on a “moment of silence.” Be a part of the tribute as we freeze in place flash mob style, on cue, for six minutes during the busy weekend bustle in Faneuil Hall to honor the six million lost. The more people, the bigger the impact!

Complimentary appetizers, beverages and t-shirts will be provided.

To ensure we have enough food and T-Shirts, please RSVP by APRIL 17th!

Please RSVP here!

Check out videos from previous years.

Hanna’s Journey - Jewish Film Festival 2014 (NCJF)

May 18, 2014 at 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
290 Harvard Street
Brookline, MA

hannahs journeyPlease Join Boston 3G for the encore screening of the NCJF Festival’s “Hanna’s Journey”
(Hannas Reise)

Hoping to advance her career, Hanna (Karoline Schuch) a beautiful but brusque young German, takes a volunteer job in Israel working with disabled youths and Holocaust survivors. There, she meets Itay (Doron Amit), a charming Israeli teacher who gives her a run for her money, even joking with her about the Holocaust—a topic she considers irrelevant to her life. Hanna’s priorities realign as she warms to Itay and learns more about her own family history.

“Rich in characterization and moral questions, and makes a clear visual contrast between the hot chaotic bustle of Tel Aviv and Jerusalem (beautifully filmed by Daniela Knapp) and the wintry symmetry of Berlin…. A coming-together of cultures is what a film festival is all about, and when you get it in one movie—and it opens your mind—you know your time in the cinema is well-spent.” –Montreal Gazette

Director: Julia von Heinz | Germany/Israel | 2013 | 100m | German & Hebrew w/ Eng. subtitles

CO-PRESENTED BY: Goethe-Institut Boston

SPONSORS: Center for German & European Studies at Brandeis University; Israel Campus Roundtable; Facing History and Ourselves

Click Here to watch the Trailer

Click here for more information on this film as well as others included in the 2014 NCJF film festival.

Tickets will be available to purchase at the show. 


Past Events

  • Mezuzot & Challah Covers for Survivors


    On August 14th members of Boston 3G gathered to decorate Mezuzot and Challah covers for Holocaust Survivors.  Together we painted and decorated over 100 pieces of beautiful Judaica for the survivors.

    On Sunday August 18th, these gifts were presented to local Survivors at their semi-annual Cafe Europa gathering.  They were thrilled and tremendously appreciative of the gesture.  A huge thanks to all of the volunteer artists who participated in this event!

    This event was in partnership with CJP’s ‘Summer of Service’ community service program.

    Click here to check out more pictures from these events!


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