Events

Our Voices, Our Lives is a project of recorded interviews of twenty local Holocaust survivors compiled into a book, along with creative writings based on survivor experiences, and relevant DVD clips from the interview tapes. Hoag and Pierce, two of the co-authors, will present the stories of a…
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Physically more vulnerable and more likely to be caretakers than men, women faced special challenges during the Holocaust. Offsetting these weaknesses, women were also more likely to band together to support one another in the camps and ghettos. Several examples of women surviving the Holocaust in…
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Join us as the Extended Run Players from UIW present a reader’s theatre performance of Letters to Sala. An adaptation of the book Sala’s Gift by Ann Kirschner, this play tells the story of Sala Garncarz Kirschner who survived five years in Nazi slave labor camps. Ms. Garncarz Kirschner kept her…
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Join us for a discussion of The World That We Knew by Alice Hoffman.
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Join us for the conclusion for our month-long series of Holocaust Learn and Remember programs at Central Library on Jan. 30, 2019. Caroline Weinberg, granddaughter of Sala Garncarz Kirschner, will speak about her grandmother’s story of surviving five years in Nazi slave labor camps. Sala Garncarz…
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