Transforming Pain into Hope: Learning from Holocaust Survivors

SOURCE: Maryland Humanities Council
By addressing how German society and Jewish communities have dealt with their traumatic past in different ways, the speaker will show how dialogue can pave the way for profound changes necessary for living together in the world today.
On Sunday, March 5 at 1:30 p.m. the Maryland Humanities Council will present “Transforming Pain into Hope: Learning from Holocaust Survivors,” a free community program offered in conjunction with the photography exhibit and tribute, “Portraits of Life: Holocaust Survivors of Montgomery County.” The program will be held at the Council’s headquarters at 108 West Centre Street in the Mount Vernon Cultural District.