Holocaust-more than remembrance Mrs. Noémi Ban is an award-winning teacher and public speaker, respected and beloved mother, grandmother and synagogue senior who has lived in Bellingham since 1982. A native of Szeged, Hungary, Noémi Ban was 21 when the Nazis marched into Debrecen, Hungary on March 19, 1944. Ultimately her father was sent to a forced labor camp and she and her family (grandmother-Nina, mother-Juliska, sister-Erzebet and baby brother-Gabor) were sent on a transport to Auschwitz arriving om July 1, 1944 http://www.ewu.edu/csbssw/events/holocaust-more-than-remembrance en-us Fri, 25 Jul 2014 08:58:47 UTC Fri, 25 Jul 2014 08:58:47 UTC webmaster@ewu.edu webmaster@ewu.edu

Holocaust-more than remembrance

Mrs. Noémi Ban is an award-winning teacher and public speaker, respected and beloved mother, grandmother and synagogue senior who has lived in Bellingham since 1982. A native of Szeged, Hungary, Noémi Ban was 21 when the Nazis marched into Debrecen, Hungary on March 19, 1944. Ultimately her father was sent to a forced labor camp and she and her family (grandmother-Nina, mother-Juliska, sister-Erzebet and baby brother-Gabor) were sent on a transport to Auschwitz arriving om July 1, 1944Mrs. Noémi Ban, event, Holocaust, public speaker, CSBSSW, Events, May,The College of Social & Behavioral Sciences and Social Work

10 am- Doughnuts and Dialogue with Noémi Ban
JFK Atrium

11:30 am-Peace Pole Blessing
Campus Mall

1 pm-Noémi Ban: A Survivor's Story
Showalter Hall Auditorium

3:30 pm-Schindler's List Screening
PUB MPR

5 pm-Going from hate to Compassion led by Dr. Russell Kolts
PUB MPR

About Mrs. Noémi Ban
Mrs. Noémi Ban is an award-winning teacher and public speaker, respected and beloved mother, grandmother and synagogue senior who has lived in Bellingham since 1982. A native of Szeged, Hungary, Noémi Ban was 21 when the Nazis marched into Debrecen, Hungary on March 19, 1944. Ultimately her father was sent to a forced labor camp and she and her family (grandmother-Nina, mother-Juliska, sister-Erzebet and baby brother-Gabor) were sent on a transport to Auschwitz arriving om July 1, 1944


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