Today, January 27th, is the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz Concentration Camps and is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Since my grandparents’ entire families died in the Holocaust and our family hasn’t been in the same physical (size) point since, it is crucial that the entire world acknowledge this day. Let us make it a point to take a time to reflect on the 6 million of people who were killed based on who they were, for being Jews. They also killed homosexuals, gypsies, people with physical deformities and anyone who was not of the “Aryan Race.” I feel it is crucial to represent a stand against racism, terrorism, and anti-semitism all across the world, and that’ why being Kosha Dillz is more than just a laugh. It is to keep Jewish presence alive in all aspects in the world, as proof that we can survive through tyranny and persecution, and be successful and influential, which is the exact thing our enemies never wanted. Am Yisrael Chai. Shalom Aleichem.