Thursday, July 23, 2020 | 12–1:15pm
ADMISSION: This online program is free; advance registration required
In this virtual program, Herb Barasch of the Jewish Family and Children’s Services (JFCS) William J. Lowenberg Speakers Bureau will speak about his experiences during the Holocaust and his life in San Francisco after the Holocaust. Born in Vienna, Herb and his parents left for Antwerp in 1939 after the annexation by the Third Reich. Herb survived the Holocaust as a hidden child. Reunited with his parents after the war, Herb came to San Francisco in 1948, where his mother found a job at Levi Strauss & Co. On the occasion of the exhibition Levi Strauss: A History of American Style, The CJM is pleased to present this program in collaboration with the JFCS Preisler Shorenstein Institute for Holocaust Education.
To register for this event and for more information, visit the link below.
The Holocaust Center is a program of Jewish Family and Children’s Services (JFCS) of San Francisco, the Peninsula, and Marin and Sonoma counties. JFCS is dedicated to the remembrance, research, documentation and education about the Holocaust. As Northern California’s primary resource for education about the Holocaust and other genocides, their work increases awareness about Jewish history and the causes and consequences of antisemitism, racism, and bigotry. Through a deeper understanding of the Holocaust and patterns of genocide, the JFCS Holocaust Center’s goal is to inspire moral courage and social responsibility in future generations.
School and Teacher Programs are made possible by generous support from The Bavar Family Foundation, California Arts Council, The Ullendorff Memorial Foundation, and Toole Family Charitable Foundation.