Holocaust survivor to speak

By DARRYLE CLOTT | La Crosse
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Due to the overwhelming success of last year’s Perspectives on the Holocaust series at Viterbo University, sponsored by the D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics and Leadership, we are again bringing a Holocaust survivor to our community. Survivor Henry Greenbaum from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C. will speak at 7 p.m. in Viterbo’s Fine Arts Center Monday, March 26. There is no charge to the public.

Holocaust survivors are leaving us at an alarming rate. Soon, the world will be left to rely on memoirs and videos to learn the lessons of the Holocaust. To meet Holocaust survivors in person is to touch history. No two stories are exactly alike, yet the

struggle to survive, the personal loss and the strength of the individual despite overwhelming odds, always touch the listener.

Henry Greenbaum has an amazing story to share. MORE.