Survivors: Holocaust Remembrance Day, A Virtual Photography Exhibit

PWPL Event:

In commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day on January 27, PWPL is proud to present an encore virtual presentation of the “Survivor” photography exhibit highlighting the resilience and hopefulness of Holocaust survivors.

These survivors, originating from all over Western and Eastern Europe, are currently residents of Nassau, Suffolk and Queens Counties including two Port residents; Gloria Glantz and Stan Ronnell. Danny Weiss is a renowned photographer in NYC and Nassau County, whose journey began with his passion for creating unique, soulful images. Dinah Kramer volunteers at the Holocaust Resource Center at Temple Judea in Manhasset and helps Rabbi Siff run the Adopt a Survivor program at the Reconstructionist Synagogue in Plandome.

Just children and teens at the time of the Holocaust, they persevered and have amazing outlooks on life. When asked what they believe can be done to fight indifference, hatred, racism and antisemitism today, the resounding answer was to educate future generations.

This collaborative project was inspired by Irving Roth and was made with the support of the Holocaust Resource Center at Temple Judea and the Reconstructionist Synagogue of the North Shore.

This is a virtual event available through Zoom
Meeting ID: 868 2837 5675
Passcode: 604337

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