Wed 7/18 @ 7PM
Current events are showing us that anti-Semitism (along with various other forms of bigotry) has never really gone away. And when we have a president who praises neo-Nazis and white supremacists as “very fine people,” educating people about where this hate can lead is imperative.
That’s the goal of USC Shoah Foundation’s Survivor Memory Project. It uses cutting- edge hologram film technology to preserve the stories of Holocaust survivors and survivors of other genocides, and answer audience questions for future generations.
Stanley Bernath, who is 92 and has been sharing his experiences with others for 45 years, and his daughter Vera Dunagan, will be at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage to talk about filming his experiences in a concentration camp during WW II.
It’s $15 general admission, $5 for Maltz Museum members.