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Yom HaShoah Commemoration

Yom HaShoah: Each Story Must Be Told and Heard
Apr 15 2018 | 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

Yom HaShoah: Each Story Must Be Told and Heard

53rd Annual Community-Wide Holocaust Commemoration

Join us on Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day as we commemorate the six million Jewish people who perished in the Holocaust. April 15 is now officially Georgia Holocaust Rememberance Day.

Schedule

11am - Service of Remembrance, Memorial to the Six Million at Greenwood Cemetery

Download The 2018 Yom HaShoah Flyer


Please note that the 11am service will not be held at The Breman Museum and will be taking place at Greenwood Cemetery.
For security, please leave bags in car.

 

Featured Speaker Helen Weingarten, Holocaust survivor. 

 

Helen Weingarten, a survivor of Auschwitz, will share her message of strength and inspiration as she reflects on her experiences during the Holocaust. Though witness to the darkest moments of humanity, Helen exemplifies a survivor’s resilient spirit and determination. Come hear her message.

In honor of Yom HaShoah, admission to the Breman Museum’s Holocaust exhibition will be free to the public on April 15, 10 am - 5 pm. For more information, call 678.222.3700.

Jointly Sponsored by Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, Eternal-Life Hemshech and The William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum.


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