The Center for Holocaust Education is proud to host the East Valley Generations After Descendants Forum for children, grandchildren and descendants of Holocaust survivors, as well as those interested in learning more about the impact of the Holocaust.
The Feb. 9 Generations After meeting will be held 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. on Zoom. Register below to receive the link. The topic is the “Holocaust by Bullets” exhibit. Learn more about the exhibit here.
About the speaker:
Doris Lazarus is the proud daughter of two Holocaust survivors. Both of her parents survived the ghetto, over 2 years in Auschwitz-Birkenau, the death march and subsequent camps. Together they survived a total of 7 death camps. They met and married in a Displaced Persons camp 1 year after liberation. Doris has dedicated her life to Holocaust education and remembrance. She worked for Steven Spielberg’s Shoah Foundation from 1993-1997 and interviewed over 125 Holocaust survivors from the Midwest as part of that project.
Doris is a founding member of both the U.S. Holocaust Museum and the Illinois Holocaust Museum. In 1998, she participated in the U.S. Museum’s first mission to Auschwitz. She has given many lectures on the Holocaust and has been a docent at the Illinois Holocaust Museum for 13 years. She is also a certified speaker on the Museum’s 2nd generation Speaker’s Bureau. In addition, she is a moderator for the Illinois Holocaust Museum’s Survivor Hologram Technology. In 2019, while in Phoenix, she served as a docent for the Holocaust By Bullets Exhibition.
The meeting will be held on Zoom. Register below to receive the link.
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