CFI-Tally Presentation

Starts
Sunday, January 11th 2015 at 3:00 pm
Ends
Sunday, January 11th 2015 at 5:00 pm
Location
Leon County Main Library

CFI-Tallahassee Presents

“The Holocaust and Human Nature” 

by
Dr. Maya Ackerman

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What does the Holocaust teach us about human nature? The talk will open with the story of one survivor that offers an unusual response to this question. Srulik Ackerman was born a twin in the Polish village of Nowosiolki, where he enjoyed a peaceful childhood until the Nazi whirlwind blew in leaving ten-year-old Srulik suddenly and brutally alone. An eyewitness to the horrors of the Holocaust, Srulik narrowly escaped death several times, only to make a final desperate bid for freedom during a fiery revolt in the ghetto. . . . For more, get attachment.

 

  3-5 PM, Sunday, Jan 11, 2015

Leon County Main Library


 

The event is free but donations gladly accepted.

It is open to the public.

See Attachment Below 

 

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