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Daughter of Holocaust Survivor to Present Lecture at NGU

Julie Kohner, founder and CEO of the non-profit educational charity Voices of the Generations, Inc., will be presenting the story of her family at North Greenville University on Tuesday, November 3 at 7:00 p.m. in the Hayes Ministry Center.
 
Kohner’s mother was the first non-celebrity Holocaust survivor to tell their story on national television. She was interviewed on This is Your Life in 1953. This interview will be viewed by the audience and Kohner will conduct a Q&A and share various artifacts from her mother’s life.

Voices of the Generations, Inc. is committed to preserving the memory and lessons of the Holocaust.
 
Kohner is a frequent speaker at schools, universities, and community organizations across the nation, and author of Holocaust curriculum materials based on her personal family experiences.
 
For more information about the free lecture contact Dr. Paul Thompson at 864.977.7768 or paul.thompson@ngu.edu.
 

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