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Their Testimony. Our Responsibility.

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Young Adults

Join NEXTGen Detroit at the Zekelman Holocaust Center for the incredible opportunity to meet and hear from Rene Lichtman, a local Holocaust survivor who courageously shares his story of being a child in hiding in France during the war. Listening to and connecting with our community's survivors has never been more important, as we need to acknowledge that our generation will be the last to hear first-hand accounts of the horrors of the Holocaust. We will discuss what this collective responsibility looks like and how we can use the history of the Holocaust to address the rise of antisemitism and hate today. Attendees will also receive a pass for a future admission into the museum.

5:30 PM: Light appetizers and drinks

6 PM: Program

Please register in advance by May 21.

Dietary laws observed.

This event is intended for young adults ages 21 to 39.

Thank you to our event chairs: Julia Bleznak, Jared Kohlenberg and Ashley Zlatopolsky

Questions? Contact Lauren at [email protected]


  • Zekelman Holocaust Center
    28123 Orchard Lake Rd
    Farmington Hills, MI, 48334, United States of America

Organized By
Jewish Federation NEXTGen Detroit
Point of Contact

Lauren Soifer

  • Mon, May 22, 2023
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM EDT

Zekelman Holocaust Center

28123 Orchard Lake Rd
Farmington Hills, MI, 48334

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