People Forget...New Haven Remembers
A Movie about the New Haven Holocaust Memorial
"...to forget a Holocaust is to kill twice." Elie Wiesel, Survivor
Sunday, November 15, 2015
Doors open at 9:15 AM/ Movie at 10:00 AM
Bow Tie Criterion Cinema
86 Temple Street, New Haven, CT
Exact Admission $5 Appreciated
The powerful memories of four Connecticut residents who survived the Holocaust drive our understanding of the dangers of hate. The New Haven Holocaust Memorial, the first of its kind built on public land in America, is the fifth star of
PEOPLE FORGET...NEW HAVEN REMEMBERS
Together, the survivors' memories and the New Haven Holocaust Memorial ground us in the powerful legacy of the Holocaust. We can each be an "upstander."
Our legacy is to promote tolerance and understanding and to eliminate ethnic prejudice so that the words "Never Again" are a reality.
Sponsor: New Haven Holocaust Memorial and Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven