2017-12-06 / Local News

Kristallnacht observance features noted author Noah Lederman



The annual community-wide Kristallnacht observance, sponsored by the JCRC’s Esther Raab Holocaust Museum & Goodwin Education Center in conjunction with the Bank of America Arts, Books, and Culture Festival of the Katz JCC, featured author Noah Lederman, grandchild of Holocaust survivors who retraced his family history in Europe in his book “A World Erased.” The Raab/Goodwin Center is developing its Generations After group to continue the stories of survivors when they are unable to share their own stories for future generations. At the event were (from left), Raab/Goodwin Steering Committee Chair Renee Siegel, Raab/Goodwin Director Helen Kirschbaum, author Noah Lederman, and Marvin Samson, sponsor of the Kristallnacht observance. The annual community-wide Kristallnacht observance, sponsored by the JCRC’s Esther Raab Holocaust Museum & Goodwin Education Center in conjunction with the Bank of America Arts, Books, and Culture Festival of the Katz JCC, featured author Noah Lederman, grandchild of Holocaust survivors who retraced his family history in Europe in his book “A World Erased.” The Raab/Goodwin Center is developing its Generations After group to continue the stories of survivors when they are unable to share their own stories for future generations. At the event were (from left), Raab/Goodwin Steering Committee Chair Renee Siegel, Raab/Goodwin Director Helen Kirschbaum, author Noah Lederman, and Marvin Samson, sponsor of the Kristallnacht observance.

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