A discussion between Elin Beaumont and Chana Broder about surviving the Holocaust as a young child, and the intergenerational transmission of memory.

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daring to hope

The Azrieli Foundation, in partnership with the Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre and the Montreal Holocaust Museum, is pleased to announce the launch of Daring to Hope, a memoir written by Rachel Lisogurski and her daughter, Chana Broder. Please join us for a meaningful program where you will have the opportunity to watch a short video featuring Chana telling parts of her and her mother’s story, followed by a live discussion between the Azrieli Holocaust Survivor Memoirs Program, Elin Beaumont, and author, Chana Broder, about surviving the Holocaust as a young child, and the intergenerational transmission of memory.

 

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Virtual J, the Montreal Holocaust Museum, and the Azreili Foundation

Start Date November 1, 2020

1:00 PM

Downtown Toronto

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