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“A STORY OF TRIUMPH,” EVA SCHLOSS’S SPOKEN TESTIMONY ABOUT HER WARTIME EXPERIENCES
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Time(s): 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Address: 615 S. Broadway Los Angeles, CA
Phone: (310) 571-8264
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Stepsister of Anne Frank, Eva Schloss, to Speak in Los Angeles
WHO Eva Schloss, Holocaust survivor and the stepsister of Anne Frank
WHAT “A Story of Triumph,” Eva Schloss’s spoken testimony about her wartime experiences
WHEN Feb 25, 2018, 7:00 pm
WHERE The Los Angeles Theater, 615 S. Broadway Los Angeles, CA
DETAILS JCC-Chabad of Downtown Los Angeles is hosting Eva Schloss, who will share her story of tolerance, diversity and triumph in an interview with Erin Gruwell, an educator focused on tolerance who inspired the film Freedom Writers. David Suissa, Editor in Chief of the Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, will serve as MC.
In 1938, Germany invaded Austria, causing many Jewish families to flee Austria to avoid persecution. Among the emigrants was 8-year old Eva Geiringer, who with her mother, brother, and father moved first to Belgium and then to Holland, where one of her neighbors and playmates was Anne Frank. In July of 1942, both girls and their families went into hiding in Holland, after some time both families were betrayed, captured and sent to Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp. Eva and her mother survived, but her brother and father did not. Eva’s mother married Otto Frank, the father of Anne Frank, and Eva attended university, got married and had children.
After remaining silent about her experiences for 40 years, Eva began to share her story to promote tolerance and Holocaust education around the world. She has written three books, inspired a popular play, and recounted her experiences at more than 1,000 speaking engagements.
RSVP Contact Nathan@miller-ink.com and Meira@miller-ink.com or (310) 571-8264.
About JCC-Chabad of Downtown Los Angeles: Jewish Community Center-Chabad is founded on the principle that, while Jews embrace many levels of observance in their personal lives, there should be a place for all Jews no labels, no affiliations. Chabad of Downtown Los Angeles has successfully catered to hundreds of families from all backgrounds, offering Jewish educational programming in an accepting and innovative setting where all feel welcome.
About Eva Schloss: Since 1985, Eva Schloss has devoted herself to Holocaust education and global peace. She has recounted her wartime experiences at more than 1,000 speaking engagements. Schloss is a trustee of the Anne Frank Educational Trust, an author of three books and the subject of James Still’s play, “And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank.” In 1999, Eva signed the Anne Frank Peace Declaration along with United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan.
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