April Presentation

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A Story for Our Time: Lessons Learned from My Mother, Holocaust Survivor

May 20, 2021 | 5:30 to 7 p.m. (PDT)
Live on ZOOM

Presented by Dr. Geralyn Crain, Roseman University College of Medicine Assistant Dean, Innovative Faculty Development

Resilience During Crisis. Living Through Social Injustice and Discrimination. Changing the World Through Education.

Dr. Crain will share her mother’s story of survival which began pre-WWII in a small town in Romania, took her through the Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen Nazi concentration camps, and concluded with a wonderful life of hopes and dreams realized in this country. The lessons learned during this dark time in history provide a guiding light for overcoming the challenges that we face today.

Register to Attend May 20, 2021

Sponsored by Clark County Credit Union, this event will be presented live on ZOOM. Registrants will receive email with a link to access the presentation at least one hour before the start of the event.

or call 702-802-2872

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