In honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, please join the members of ENOUGH and the Town of New Castle Holocaust and Human Rights Committee for a screening of The Number on Great Grandpa's Arm. The-18 minute documentary features ENOUGH member Elliott Saiontz at the age of 10 in conversation with his 90-year-old great grandfather, Jack Feldman, an Auschwitz survivor. Following the film there will be a moderated conversation between the film's producers, animator and Elliott.
Advance registration is required. To register, click here.
International Holocaust Remembrance Day is commemorated each year on January 27th. The date marks the liberation of the Nazi Concentration Camp Auschwitz-Birkenau by the Soviet troops on January 27th, 1945. Seven decades after the end of the Holocaust, Holocaust memory is fading and sadly, group-targeted hate is rising. Please join us to remember and honor the victims of the Holocaust. Our responsibility to educate about the consequences of hate has never been so relevant.
Town of New Castle Holocaust and Human Rights Committee Mission Statement:
The mission of our Committee is to educate residents of all ages and create community awareness about the Holocaust, other genocides and human rights violations. The Committee will work with other groups and organizations to educate the community to never forget the horrors of the Holocaust and other genocides and to apply these lessons to today’s world. The Committee will also work to promote the teaching of the Holocaust and Human Rights in our schools.