Announcing that the ceremony will be virtual for the second successive year.
The plan was for supporters to light candles in their windows at 8pm on the day of the ceremony to “light the darkness in memory of the millions of people murdered in the Holocaust and genocide, and in solidarity with people who still face prejudice and persecution today”. – Source
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