An Evening and Oral History Screening with Holocaust Survivor Hanna Zack Miley

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The University of Arizona Center for the Philosophy of Freedom and Arizona Center for Judaic Studies presents "An Evening and Oral History Screening with Holocaust Survivor Hanna Zack Miley." University President Robert C. Robbins, speaker of the Arizona House of Representatives Ben Toma and state representative Alma Hernandez are scheduled to participate in this free community event.

Hanna's story is a warm reminder of the power of forgiveness. She was born in Germany in 1932, shortly before Hitler seized power. Facing the threat of antisemitism, on July 24, 1939, Hanna's parents, Marcus and Amalie Zack, placed her on the "Kindertransport" train to England. They would never see her again. Hanna's oral history details her painful, transformative, and inspirational life journey. She invested her heart and soul in researching the past to understand why her parents put her on that train, how they lived, and ultimately, how they died. She came to realize the sacrifice they made to give her a chance at life, which transformed her pain into infectious positivity, relentless optimism, and a remarkable passion for freedom.

Come experience Hanna's story at this free community event.

Audience

Audience
All
Audience size
Large (101-500)

Where

Address
1030 North Olive Road
Center for Creative Photography Auditorium
Tucson
Arizona