Chapman University’s annual Evening of Holocaust Remembrance draws between 800 to 1,000 people from throughout the community to an occasion of remembrance and reflection. Each year, survivors, accompanied by first prize recipients in the annual Holocaust Art and Writing Contest, light six candles in remembrance of the millions who perished.
- The Candles of RemembranceThe Candles of RemembranceHolocaust survivors and witnesses are joined by educators and students in the lighting of the Candles of Remembrance.
- Metaphors of MemoryMetaphors of MemoryFour Chapman University students, three Holocaust history minors, created the multimedia and cross-curricular program "Metaphors of Memory."
- Making ConnectionsMaking ConnectionsLisa Cho, first place middle school artist, and Natalie Larson, first place middle school poet, spend time with Holocaust survivor Zelda Gordon at "An Evening of Holocaust Remembrance" (2011)
»An Evening of Holocaust Remembrance
An Evening of Holocaust Remembrance
Words of Memory
"Just Live!: My Mother's Story"
GREG DAWSON, Author of
Hiding in the Spotlight: A Musical Prodigy's Story of Survival 1941-1946
Special Appearance by Zhanna Arshanskaya Dawson
Lighting of Candles of Remembrance
CANTOR CHAYIM FRENKEL
Kehillat Israel Reconstructionist Congregation of Pacific Palisades
Accompanied by DAVID KAMENIR
RABBI ELIE SPITZ
Congregation B'nai Israel, Tustin
REV. DR. GAIL STEARNS
Dean, Wallace All Faiths Chapel, Chapman University, Orange
April 9 at 7:00 PM