3 reasons anyone who’s interested in the Holocaust should go see Alexandra Zapruder at UAB Nov. 7, 6-8PM

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I’ve been a student of the Holocaust since a 7th grade family history project at Mountain Brook Junior High School. Anne Frank’s diary and family interviews brought to life events I’ve spent decades trying to understand. The people at the Birmingham Holocaust Education Center share a similar passion, and they’re hosting Alexandra Zapruder for an event you really don’t want to miss.

Thursday, November 7, from 6-8PM, we’re all invited to UAB’s Hill Student Center to hear Alexandra Zapruder, author of Salvaged Pages: Young Writers’ Diaries of the Holocaust, speak. Let me tell you why this is sure to be a night to remember. Register for this free event here.

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Never Again, Not Now, Not Later: From Bergen-Belsen to Birmingham

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Marty and Shirley Aaron have the type of romance Disney wants you to believe in.

From the BHEC Darkness into Light exhibit

Both in their 80’s, they hold hands at the grocery store, call each other sickly adorable names, and look like they were just drawn for each other in a story book.

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