Federation's Israel & Overseas Department and the JCRC/AJC welcome you to join us for Lunch & Listen to hear the story of Millet Ben-Haim, a survivor of the massacre at the Nova Music Festival in Re’im. Millet will be joining us in person to share her account of events that took place on that fateful day.
In the wake of the harrowing events of October 7, the world grappled with the aftermath, surrounded by a haze of misinformation that clouded the truth. In an era dominated by secondary sources, the "Faces of October Seventh" project emerged as a clarion call for authenticity and connection. This initiative stands as a testament to the power of firsthand narratives, aiming to cut through the noise and bring the voices of survivors directly to communities and campuses across North America.
Ben-Haim is an educator, plans workshops and parties, and works as a DJ. During her summers she worked at a camp for children with special needs in New York. She believed, and still does, in the power of love and in spreading light as a way of life.
A light lunch will be provided.