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Remembrance event to feature film about the Holocaust: Exile and Community: The Life of Carola Dom

The Annual Holocaust Remembrance event will take place on April 30th at 7pm at the Town House.

In lieu of a speaker, there will will a one-hour documentary film shown, Exile and Community: The Life of Carola Domar, sponsored by the CCHRC.

Filmmaker Susan Reider explains: “Although this oral history is told by an elderly woman and her grown daughter, the account is largely communicated? from a young person’s perspective—Carola escaped Germany as a teen and came to the United States on her own. A chapter of the piece is devoted to the sense of community and purpose she finds in her neighborhood of Conantum in Concord.” Her story of exile and community has particular relevance in the context of current mass migration.

For more information, visit CCHRC’s Facebook page.

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