Victims of Communism Memorial Day
Each year on November 7, the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation marks the National Day for the Victims of Communism to remember those who have suffered and died at the hands of communist regimes in the past, and to stand for those who are fighting for freedom today.
On this day, we remember the more than 100 million lives lost to the most deadly ideology known to humanity.
On this day, we remember that while the Berlin Wall may have fallen, communism most certainly did not—more than 1.5 billion people are still oppressed by tyrannical regimes that imprison, enslave, and kill opposition and “undesirables” across China, Cuba, Laos, North Korea, and Vietnam.
On this day, we remember the heroes who stood resolute in the face of tyranny and those who continue to fight to this day.
On this day, join us at the Victims of Communism Museum to mourn the victims, celebrate the freedom fighters, and bear witness to the crimes of communism because on this day we must remember.