"Hearing one person tell their story gave a completely different perspective to what happened, as it wasn't about statistics or about a nation as a whole, but one person who lost his family and home." ~O. Avery (student)

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December 17th

Joseph Kahn Visits Boys Latin Charter School

Joseph Kahn, Holocaust survivor of Polish ghettos and camps, took his courage and story to Boys Latin Charter School in Philadelphia, Thursday morning, December 3rd, 2009. Joe was invited to address a group of 60 students and half a dozen staff by Andrew Marcinek, the 10th grade literature teacher.

Interjecting pathos and humor, Joe related how a “normal” life of anti-Semitic stresses prior to September 1st, 1939 was turned upside down on September 2nd when the Nazis invaded his home town in Poland just 11 miles from the German border.

New Saloman and Strong Reunion DVD Presented to Classes

Chuck Feldman, Holocaust Awareness Museum president, visited two synagogues on successive days, December 1st and 2nd , to introduce the newly created DVD documentation of the Hans Salomon/Tracy Strong reunion between holocaust survivor and righteous savior sponsored by the museum in April 2008.