Sunday, November 8, 2020 | 4 p.m.
20 Cheshvan 5781
An original spellbinding film about the hidden children of the Holocaust by Project Witness.
Video stream presentation as a part of the Jewish Federation of Greater Toledo Kristallnacht commemoration
Introductory remarks by Hindea Markowicz, Director
Ruth Fajerman Markowicz Holocaust Resource Center
Film followed by Toledo area synagogue clergy.
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“Hidden” is the gripping saga of Jewish children concealed during the Holocaust. This film takes the audience on a fascinating, harrowing, and emotional journey through the fateful years of the war when tens of thousands of children took on new, unfamiliar identities in hope of surviving the German onslaught. It brings survivors back to their childhood homes in Poland for first-hand interviews and dramatic reunions with their “adopted” families. This a must-see for anyone who cares about our rich heritage.
Global Day of Jewish Learning
On Sunday, November 8, the documentary Hidden, presented by the Jewish Community Relations Council, and 6 author events of the Northwest Ohio Jewish Book Festival are offered in conjunction with the Global Day of Jewish Learning. For more information about the Jewish Book Festival, please go to www.jewishtoledo.org/bookfestival2020
Project Witness, a nonprofit Holocaust resource center, merges judicious scholarship with cutting-edge media to provide thought-provoking Holocaust educational resources for schools, community centers, and lay readers.