One of the ways young women survived during the Holocaust was to form a close relationship or close cooperation with another young woman. This “Camp Sister” relationship contributed to their survival and provides a striking example of the power of friendship and dedication. Join us as we examine this important aspect of the Holocaust with lecturer Bonnie Gurewitsch and survivor Bronia Brandman. This seminar will be in memory of Bozenka Teichner, Bronia Brandman’s camp sister at Auschwitz and the rescuer of dozens of other Jews.
This program is free for teachers in Jewish schools, but pre-registration is required by December 17. Please click here to register.
If you have questions about this event, please contact Paul Radensky, Assistant Director of Education, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 646-437-4310.
Please note: This event is only for teachers in Jewish schools.