Stories of Rescue During the Holocaust
September 9, 2022
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
During the Holocaust, most people were indifferent bystanders to the plight of the Jews. However, some risked the lives of themselves and their families to help. This presentation will focus on a few of those individuals who, often at risk of death, acted humanely and provided food, shelter, a means of escape, or simply did not report what they knew to authorities, to protect Jews during the Holocaust and save lives. The instructor is Lauren Ray, Volunteer Docent Educator, Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum. Virtual class on Zoom.