A memorial consisting of broken headstones or gravestones from the desecrated Jewish cemetery in Belarus can be erected to serve as a testament to the suffering endured by those buried there. The memorial can take many different forms, depending on the wishes of those it is intended to honor. It could be an obelisk or monument with a plaque inscribed with the names of those buried in the cemetery and a reminder of their suffering, or it could be a large sculpture that symbolizes the destruction of the cemetery and its continued significance. Alternatively, a physical representation of the cemetery’s boundaries could be erected, with a plaque explaining the history of the cemetery. No matter the form, such a memorial can serve as a reminder of the resilience and courage of the community that was destroyed and of the importance of preserving memory.