Voices from the Third Generation - Ezra
|Date||Thu, Nov 5, 5:00pm - 6:15pm|
The JFCS Holocaust Center's Fall Learning Series continues on November 5th with testimony from Ezra, member of the Jewish Family and Children's Services William J. Lowenberg Speakers Bureau. Ezra is a Third Generation Holocaust Survivor and a graduate of the Jewish Family and Children's Services Holocaust Center's Next Generation Speakers Bureau training program. 3gSF leader Aaron Tartakovsky joins Ezra for this third-generation conversation.
Carl, Ezra's grandfather, was born in Hamburg, Germany and Frieda, Ezra's grandmother, was born in Vilna, Poland. After surviving orphanages, old age homes, and hospitals, Carl, Ezra's grandfather, and his brother were sent to Buchenwald and later liberated in 1945.
The Jewish Family and Children's Services Holocaust Center's 3gSF, a forum for grandchildren of Holocaust survivors in the Bay Area, partners with 3GNY, an educational organization in New York founded by the grandchildren of survivors, to bring you a look into how the third generation keeps Holocaust education alive.
This program is not recommended for children under 13.
This talk is presented by 3gSF and the William J. Lowenberg Speakers Bureau in partnership with 3GNY and the Goethe Institut—San Francisco. To learn more about the Jewish Family and Children's Services William J. Lowenberg Speakers Bureau, please visit their website.
The Fall Learning Series is a part of the Jewish Family and Children's Services Holocaust Center's Simon Preisler Learning Series and a program of the Jewish Family and Children's Services Preisler Shorenstein Institute for Holocaust Education. The Jewish Family and Children's Serviecs Holocaust Center is funded through the generous support of individuals, foundation grants, and program fees.
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