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Dr. Jacob Eisenbach is a 94-year-old survivor who lived through the horrors of the Nazi ghetto in his native Lodz, Poland. When he was deported to the concentration camps, his younger brother chose to go along. Jacob survived the war, immigrated to the United States in 1950, got married to a fellow survivor, and went on to build a family and practice dentistry for 60 years.

He will discuss his astonishing life as a young man while in the grip of Hitler’s Third Reich, and how hatred, discrimination, and intolerance led directly to the Holocaust. He is the sole survivor of a loving extended family of 100.

His message is relevant and pertinent in today’s world. His remarkable life and story impress upon his audience the need to take action and be proud of who we are. “Dr. Eisenbach’s story of Holocaust survival serves as a powerful message in our timely battle against anti-Semitism, bigotry and hate.”

Adults: $15 | Students: $10 | At door: $20
VIP Sponsor: $100 (Includes 2 tickets, preferred seating, and pre-event meet & greet)
Signed copies of his book: “Where You Go, I Go”: $20