Shawnte Passmore has more on the front-row seat to living history.
OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) - Omaha Public Libraries, in coordination with the Institute for Holocaust Education, is hosting a speaker series featuring Holocaust survivors beginning Sept. 28.
The survivors will share their stories and help educate others about this time in history.
The speakers are as follows:
On Sept. 28, Milton Kleinberg will tell the story of him and his family being sent to a Soviet Labor Camp during WWII. He will speak at the Bess Johnson Elkhorn Branch.
On Oct. 5, Lila Lutz tells the story about being sent to do forced labor at two seperate Polish Ghettos when she was a young girl. She will be at the Benson Branch.
On Oct. 12, Bea Karp, who's family was imprisoned at a work camp, will be at the W. Dale Clark Main Library.
On Oct. 19, Kitty Williams will share her story of hiding to escape capture. She will be at the W. Clarke Swanson Branch.
All of the speakers are scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m.