The school has had Marianne Cohn's name on the front line since 2019. Since June 2019, a stele has been dedicated in his honor. It is located near the Passage des Justes and the public buildings of capital (school, town hall).
Memorallem denounces the desecration of stele. "Marianne Cohn’s face reflects the beauty of life. But, insidiously, she would like to be erased. Multiple scratches actually try to disfigure the face of Marianne Cohn, as if to murder her again.
Maurice Monsigny, the president of the association does not mince words. The association released a statement in which it condemned "an attitude and act fuelled by hatred, violence, and anti-Semitism." A complaint was filed.
Marianne Cohn was a member of the Zionist Youth Movement since 1941. She joined the second Swiss transit service in the spring 1944. She will be able to lead hundreds of children into freedom. On May 31, she was taken into custody with her ninth and last convoy of 32 Jewish children, ages 3-18.
The group was held at the Pax Annemasse from June 1st 1944. Marianne Cohn refused, despite preparations for an escape operation. The youngest children were also released by Jean Deffaugt (the mayor of Annemasse at that time),
She was released from prison on July 7, 1944. Five of her misfortune companions were also found in Ville-la-Grand's mass grave. His murderers and the circumstances surrounding his death are unknown. The reasons for the imprisonment and execution of the other victims is also not known.