An event honoring those lost in the Holocaust was held at the Center for History in South Bend Sunday night. The community took part in a candlelight ceremony at the museum. They also heard from speaker Diane Sarnat, who discussed the making of the documentary “The People Next Door.” It tells the story of people in our area who experienced the horrors of the Holocaust. “It’s important for us in the United States to remember what happened in the Holocaust because it’s not only a Jewish story,” said Rabbi Michael Friedland of Sinai Synagogue. “It’s something that’s an important reminder that if we don’t cherish our freedom, if we don’t cherish the diversity of our community and see that as a positive, then these kinds of tragedies will occur.” The Center also has a new display with photographs and personal histories of the survivors and camp liberators, which will be on exhibit until November.