Remembering the Holocaust

Choosing to Act: Rescuing Children

ruth and helenSK smallRuth Banker Rosenfeld, a hidden child of the Holocaust, will share her story of survival. Ruth and her sister Helen Krysack Banker, pictured here, were hidden by Polish Christian families and later adopted by the Banker family of Interlaken, NJ.

“The courageous acts of kindness by the righteous Christian family that took me in not only saved my life, but have enabled me to live the rest of my life with optimism and hope, knowing that goodness does exist.” Ruth Rosenfeld  

Hidden Book Cover 2Dr. Suzanne Vromen is a Holocaust survivor and Professor Emeritus in Sociology at Bard College. She will speak about her personal experience and the writing of her book, Hidden Children of the Holocaust: Belgian Nuns and Their Daring Rescue of Young Jews from the Nazis.

Monday, April 8, 2013, 10:00 AM
Brookdale Community College, Lincroft Campus
Warner Student Life Center, Navesink Rooms
Parking lot 1, take the Trammell Trail to the Student Life Center.
Handicap parking is available in Lot 7.

If you have questions regarding parking or transportation contact the Center.

Please join us for this free event. Pre-registration is preferred; groups are welcome. Click here to register online. If you would rather RSVP to our Center office, please call us at (732) 224-1889 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. us by March 27.

Sponsored by the Center for Holocaust, Human Rights & Genocide Education at Brookdale Community College and The Fort Monmouth Holocaust Remembrance Committee.

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Contribution of $100 includes admission for two to a luncheon with our speakers.

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