A Panel of Third Generation Voices Responds
Manya Gaver ■ Jonathan Hanlon ■ Alexa Joachim
This Sunday, the Sister Rose Thering Fund for Education in Jewish-Christian Studies will host its Eighth Annual Dr. Marcia Robbins Wilf Lecture. This year, the event will place a special focus on ensuring that the story of the Holocaust continues to be passed down to future generations.
Join us as we welcome Michael Rubell, director of Morris Rubell Holocaust Remembrance Journeys, and a panel of third generation Holocaust survivors for "The Next Generation: Will the Story Survive?" on Sunday, November 4, at 2 p.m. in Bethany Hall, Seton Hall University. Hear from insightful young men and women whose grandparents experienced first-hand the trauma of the Holocaust either as victims or liberators. They will share their thoughts on how their family history impacts them and will explore their and our responsibility to remember and act in the turbulent times of the present and into the future. The audience will be encouraged to pose questions to the panelists during the event.
This event is free and open to the public through the generosity of the Dr. Marcia Robbins Wilf Lecture Endowment. R.S.V.P. is requested by November 1st.
To register and for program details visit www.shu.edu/go/robbinswilf
Light reception to follow
Admission is free