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The Holocaust Education Resource Council is hosting a screening of the film Plan A as part of our Movies that Make a Difference film festival on February 22nd at 6:30 p.m. at the Challenger Learning Center. Set in a post-World War II era, this captivating story follows a group of Holocaust survivors who devise a plan to seek justice against their oppressors. As their determination and resilience collide with the
The Holocaust Education Resource Council is hosting the final installment of our film festival Movies that Make a Difference: Big Sonia! Big Sonia is a documentary film that follows the extraordinary life of Sonia Warshawski, a Holocaust survivor who, after losing her family in the concentration camps, rebuilds her life in the United States. The film explores Sonia's resilience and determination as she becomes a tailor, a beloved community figure,