Join us at 1 P.M. on select Sundays to hear testimony from a Holocaust survivor. Free with admission.


Eugene Ginter was born in Krakow in February1939. He and his parents were in the Plaszow Ghetto and Plaszow Concentration camp. He was also in Gross-Rosen, Brannlitz, Birkenau, and was liberated from Auschwitz on January 27,1945. From there, he was placed in an orphanage in Krakow until his mother found him. In 1950, he and his family immigrated to the United States.



Ray Kaner was born in Lodz, Poland. She endured Ghetto Lodz, and was transported to Auschwitz in August 1944 during the liquidation of the ghetto. She was later transported to the labor camp Hambieren, Germany where she was liberated by the British on April 15, 1945. She and her husband arrived in New York City in 1946. She has been closely involved with the Center for Holocaust Studies, has been an oral history interviewer, and has spoken extensively to schools and community groups.



TOP: Speaker Sally Frishberg in discussion with a student visitor. Photo by Melanie Einzig.

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