The William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum in Midtown invites all to hear Albert Baron as he shares the story of his family’s escape from Nazi capture in France and their passage to safety and journey to America.
The 2 p.m. event on Sunday, Aug. 5 will be followed by a guided tour of the Holocaust Gallery.
The program is made possible through the generosity of the Georgia Humanities Council and Eternal-Life Hemshech, Organization of Holocaust Survivors, their descendants and those dedicated to commemorating the six million victims of the Nazi Holocaust.
Admission is free to Breman members, $12 for adults, $8 for seniors and $6 for kids and educators. Click here for more information.
The Breman celebrates and commemorates the Jewish experience and the universal themes of diversity and human dignity. This is accomplished by collecting, preserving, interpreting and teaching Jewish values, culture and history. All of this is inspired by the dedication and courage of the Jewish people. As such, the museum desires to have an impact on behavior and promote mutual respect and understanding.
By presenting the complex relationship between minority and majority communities within a culture, The Breman strives to underscore the need for every individual to make moral choices for the benefit of the entire society.
The William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum is located at 1450 West Peachtree Street, across from The Center For Puppetry Arts.