Event Title
New Americans Museum Presents 2020 Speaker Series: Voices of Hope 
Name New Americans Museum San Diego
Address 2825 Dewey Rd #102
City San Diego
State California
Zip 92106
Opening Hours Gallery Hours: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 10am-4pm Saturday, Sunday 11am-4pm Closed Monday & Tuesday Pay What You Wish Admission
Location Central San Diego
Telephone (619) 756-7707
Email polly@namuseum.org
Web Site http://newamericansmuseum.org
   
Contact Polly Toledo  
Fee $10.00 donation
Reception Date 26-1-2020
Dates Starts On 26-1-2020   Ends On 26-1-2020
Opening Days
Opening Time 13:00
Event Description Author and speaker Fanny Krasner Lebovits shares her story of loss, resilience and survival during the Holocaust. Born in Liepaja, Latvia, Lebovits was nineteen when Nazis invaded her town. She survived five concentration camps and went on to become a nurse with the United Nations. She wrote her memoir Memories, Miracles, and Meaning: Insights of a Holocaust Survivor at age 95. Now 96, she resides in La Jolla, California, and is an active public speaker and community advocate. Fanny Krasner Lebovits will be sharing her personal story and insights to commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day, and as part of an ongoing speaker series \"Voices of Hope: Survivors of the Holocaust Share their Stories,\" happening throughout 2020 as part of a collaboration between New Americans Museum and The Butterfly Project.
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