Shedding our Stars: Holocaust Survivor Laureen Nussbaum Shares Her Story
April 16 • 2:00 pm - 4:00 pmFree
In honor of Yom Hashoah, the SJCC is partnering with the Holocaust Center for Humanity for a series of meaningful events. Hear from speaker Laureen Nussbaum, a German native whose family fled to Amsterdam when the Nazis seized power. Through a loophole and a supportive German official, Laureen was re-classified as non-Jewish, giving her the ability to help support other Jewish people, including her future husband, Rudi.
While there, you can also explore the Holocaust Center’s new temporary exhibit, “Memories Unboxed: Rare Photos From Our Archives.” which includes a photo of Nussbaum.
This event and access to the museum are free with a suggested donation between $5-10. Space is limited and reservations are recommended. Program and exhibit are recommended for grade 6 and up.
Talk included when you reserve a ticket for the 1-4 pm timeslot on April 16.
About the Guest
Read more about speaker Laureen Nussbaum in the Holocaust Center for Humanity’s Survivor Encyclopedia here>>
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