Tuesday November 3rd from 11:00-2:30 in the SSMU’s Club Lounge (room 401):

Dorothy Grostern, a Montreal-Basesd artist who seeks to remember individual children who perished in the Holocaust based on pictures of children in Polish town, many of which taken by Nazis, will be displaying her portraits.

Grostern’s goal is to give faces to the outrageous number of 1.5 million children under the age of 12. The true names of each child written under each portrait.

Accompanying the artist is a child Holocaust survivor to informally share his experience and bear his testimony.

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