Fullerton, CA–Leon Leyson spoke at the Campus Theatre in Fullerton College.

NORTH PORT, FL — Helen Fagin, a Polish-born Holocaust survivor and retired University of Miami professor spoke at North Port High School.

Springville, USA — Auschwitz survivor Joseph Diamond of Williamsville made his 11th presentation at Springville-Griffith Institute Middle School.

Salinas, KS–Terezin survivor Inge Auerbacher spoke at Kansas Wesleyan University’s 2008 Holocaust Remembrance Week.

Providence, RI–Marion Blumenthal-Lazan, co-author of Four Perfect Pebbles, spoke at Providence College.

Brockton, MA–2G Ann Weiss, spoke at Temple Beth Am, She is the author of “The Last Album: Eyes from the Ashes of Auschwitz-Birkenau.”

Charlotte, NC–Holocaust survivor Walter Ziffer of Weaverville spoke at Cleveland Community College in Shelby.

Vancouver, CA–Robbie Waisman, a Buchenwald survivor, spoke at the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre’s 33rd annual high school symposium this spring.
Missoula, MT–Dr. Henry Gonshak talked with University of Great Falls students about Maus, the autobiographical graphic novel written by 2G Art Spiegelman.

Florence, KY–Holocaust survivor, retired educator and human rights activist Judith Meisel shared her story with Mariemont High School students.

Santa Clara, CA–Regina Keenan of Campbell, who fled Berlin for Shanghai when she was a young girl, Annie Liberman of Palo Alto, who fled to northern Africa, and Chayale Ash Fuhrman of San Jose, a former Yiddish theater actress, spoke at an event sponsored by the County Board of Supervisors.

Rockford, IL–Holocaust survivors Howard Melton and Albert Beder told their stories to Channel 13 News.

Montgomery, AL–Survivors and a liberator spoke at Auburn ery University’s Holocaust Remembrance Annual Education event.

Chapel Hill, NC–Christopher Browning, a UNC history professor, gave a presentation about his experience with Holocaust survivors. Browning’s research focuses on the testimonies of Starachowice survivors. Browning, who has been at UNC since 1999, has published seven books about the Holocaust.

Boston, MA–Armenian survivor Asdghig Alemian (98), Holocaust Edgar Krasa (87), and Rwanda survivor Marie Carine Gakuba (21) were brought together to share their stories of survival. The program, called “Genocide Committed, Genocide Denied, and Genocide Repeated,” was hosted by the Armenian Library and Museum of America in Watertown, North America’s only permanent memorial to the Armenian genocide.

Quebec, CA–Liselotte Ivry spoke to Grade 6 students at Roslyn School.