A special evening with Holocaust Survivor, Mrs. Zahava Ungar. Who will be sharing her story with us on Yom HaShoah/Holocaust Remembrance Day.
In partnership with Enough is Enough and Frieda Cohen.
Zahava Ungar (born Edith) was born in 1930 in the Carpathian Mountains of Czechoslovakia. In 1944, Mrs. Ungar’s family spent a month in a ghetto in Ungvar, until they were transported to Auschwitz – Birkenau, where her mother and two younger siblings were murdered. She was then sent to another camp called Hertiner, which was a bomb factory. Two weeks before the end of the war, Mrs. Ungar was sent to Theresienstadt, where she was liberated by the Russians on May 8, 1945. After the war, Mrs. Ungar moved to Israel with her aunts she reunited with after the war and reunited with her one surviving brother. She eventually moved to America in 1954, where she still lives today. Her pride and joy come from her enormous family.
Tuesday, April 18th at 6:30pm. 38 W 13th Street.
Enough is Enough aims to combat antisemitism through young adults by educating, uniting, and empowering proactive leadership. EIE is involved in planning various events and workshops, influencing government policies, and supporting young adults in combating antisemitism. All proceeds from tonights event will go towards supporting this amazing organization.
*Registration is not guaranteed entrance. Must be Olami/Meor alumni and friends, ages 22-30 (or previously involved in Olami/Meor programming.)