FILM DOUBLE FEATURE at the Museum of Jewish Heritage
Sunday, March 26 @ 2 pm
36 Battery Place

“Child in Two Worlds: The Story of Jewish War Orphans” (60 min., 1993,
English subtitles)
This film traces the lives of Jewish children who were sent to live
with Christian families during the Holocaust.

“The Last Seven Months of Anne Frank” (75 minutes, 1988, English
narration and subtitles)
This international Emmy Award-winning documentary explores the fate of
Anne Frank and her family after their discovery and deportation by the

Screened in conjunction with Life in Shadows: Hidden Children and the
Holocaust. Post-screening discussion with filmmakers Willy Lindwer and
Stuart Liebman.

$10 adults, $7 seniors, $5 students, free for members

Reserve Tickets:
Phone: 646.437.4202/4203
In Person: Visit the Museum Box Office at 36 Battery Place, Battery Park City.


Sunday, April 30th
Deadline to register: Monday, April 3rd

The Rally to Stop Genocide will feature leading voices from amongst
survivors of the Holocaust and genocides in Cambodia, Kosovo,
Srebrenica, Rwanda, South Sudan and Darfur. There will also be a broad
spectrum of prominent religious leaders, political figures, human
rights activists and celebrities.

If you’d like to go to D.C. with Makor and 3GNY, visit Be sure to sign up for the Makor bus. If
you register by phone (646-505-5708), be sure to use the code:
DARMAK21W6. For more info about this trip, please email

This is also great opportunity to meet up with a DC-based 3G group
attending the rally.

Cost: $30


***Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, is April 25, 2006.***

Sunday, April 23 @ 2:30 pm
Hunter College Assembly Hall, 69th Street (between Park and Lex)

Join with community leaders for New York City’s oldest and largest
commemoration to honor the six million Jews who perished in the

USHERS ARE NEEDED! Join other 3Gs who are serving as ushers by
contacting Becky Strauss at 646-437-4321 or Ushers
are required to arrive at approximately 12:00 pm on April 23 for
instructions and a briefing. Please respond no later than Friday,
April 7, 2006.

If you’d like to attend and/or serve as an usher, tickets are required.
For tickets and more info, please call 646.437.4200, ext 4490, or email Please respond as soon as possible as seating is

A voluntary contribution of $36 per person is recommended and will
entitle you to a ticket. While donations are not required, they will
help to defray the cost of the event.

Co-sponsored by the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to
the Holocaust, Warsaw Ghetto Resistance Organization (WAGRO), and the
American Gathering of Jewish Holocaust Survivors in association with
American Jewish Congress Council for World Jewry, Anti-Defamation
League, Consulate General of Israel, Jewish Community Relations Council
of New York, Inc., New York Board of Rabbis, and UJA-Federation of New


Wednesday, April 26 @ 7 pm
Makor, 35 W. 67th Street

What questions would young Jews like to ask those who survived the
Holocaust and what messages would survivors like to share? Hear a
discussion among young journalists and survivors who have recently
written their memoirs. Aharon Golub is the author of the memoir
Kaddishel: A Life Reborn. Fanya Gottesfeld Heller is the author of Love
in a World of Sorrow: A Teenage Girl’s Holocaust Memoirs. Liel
Liebowitz and Gabrielle Birkner are reporters for the Jewish Week.

Tickets are $12 in advance; $15 at the door.

Reserve Tickets:
Phone: 212.413.5500
In Person: Visit the Box Office at Makor or the 92nd Street Y

*Following Asking the Survivors, stay and join 3GNY for our DEFINING
OUR LEGACY meeting @ 8:30 pm.


Exhibition at the New York Public Library
March 7 to June 17, 2006
5th Avenue and 42nd Street

This extraordinary exhibition will be the first time that the “Letters
to Sala,” more than 350 letters received in Nazi labor camps, will be
shown to the public. Through the vivid and touching letters, we witness
an unprecedented account of the Nazi regime written by the victims
themselves. The exhibition includes the only known correspondence of
Ala Gertner, later hanged at Auschwitz for her role in the only armed
uprising at the death camp.

SALA’S GIFT by Ann Kirschner will be published by Free Press in
November, 2006. The Letters are also the subject of a documentary film
by Academy-nominated director Murray Nossel, whose films have appeared
on HBO and PBS, and a theatrical performance directed by OBIE
award-winner Lawrence Sacharow, who directed Edward Albee’s Pulitzer
Prize winning play, Three Tall Women.

For more information about the NYPL exhibition, please visit:
To watch a video about Sala and the exhibition, please visit
For more information about Letters to Sala, please visit
Please contact with questions.



The Hidden Child Foundation/ADL, a Holocaust Survivors organization, is
looking for second and third generation writers, poets and musicians to
participate in the upcoming annual Yom Hashoa commemoration. This
commemoration will take place on April 25, 2006 from 1:00 – 4:00 pm at
the Hidden Child Foundation’s headquarters at 823 United Nations Plaza,
NY 10017 (corner 46th street and 1st Avenue). If you are interested,
please call Ann Shore as soon as possible at 212-885-7900 or email



A member of our group is looking for Shabbat hospitality in the
vicinity of Makor (35 W. 67th Street) so that he can attend 3GNY’s May
5th Shabbat Dinner with his child. If anyone can help or provide
assistance, please email