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18 Voices: A Liberation Day Reading Of Young Writers’ Diaries From The Holocaust

18 Voices: A Liberation Day Reading Of Young Writers’ Diaries From The Holocaust
Jan 27 2021 | 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM

18 Voices: A Liberation Day Reading Of Young Writers’ Diaries From The Holocaust

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18 Voices
A Liberation Day Reading Of Young Writers’ Diaries From The Holocaust 
WEDNESDAY JAN 27th | 8:00PM
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Please join us and the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust and partners around the world on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, and the 76th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.

More than one million Jewish children were killed during the Holocaust and countless others survived. Some, like Anne Frank, kept diaries in which they confided their hopes, fears, and experiences. Join us for a special virtual reading of excerpts from these diaries, narrated by Liev Schreiber, and featuring readings from Mayim Bialik, Mandy Gonzalez, Daniel Kahn, Adam Kantor, Telly Leung, Caissie Levy, Stephanie Lynn Mason, Zalmen Mlotek, Amit Rahav, Eleanor Reissa, Yelena Schmulenson, Alexandra Silber, Abby Stein, Danny Strong, and Michael Zegen.

By giving voice to the written words of some of the Nazis’ youngest victims, we will commemorate their suffering and learn from their courageous and resilient spirits.

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