Consists in an exhibition of a plaque in the form of the Star of David, which contains the handprints of a Holocaust survivor, and also the handprints of one of their children and of their grandchildren (and a great grandchild, if there was one); as evidence that Nazism could not extinguish the Hebrew people. The plate is accompanied by a sheet containing a text with a brief description of what happened in the Holocaust and an account of the history of the survivor.
The project can be developed in two ways: First, installing the plaque in a fixed or permanent way, preferably in crowded public places. The second is a traveling plaque taken to different stations, i.e. institutions where events are planned with special guests, selected to serve as a channel for spreading the project objectives.
The spaces for the exhibition can be embassies, educational institutions (universities, schools, and libraries), and government agencies, religious and cultural institutions (museums, parks and squares).