Holocaust survivors speak about their experience with students

The lineup: Pictured are (from left) Chuck Feldman, president of the Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center, located at KleinLife; state Rep. Kevin Boyle, who helped draft legislation to make Holocaust education mandatory in the state; Victoria Faykin, KleinLife vice president of business development, membership and Russian services, who served as the event chairwoman; Jacob Grinsphun, 12, who interviewed survivor Genya Vaysburg, originally from the city of Zhitomir in Ukraine; and KleinLife President and CEO Andre Krug. SOURCE: KLEIN LIFE

Area Holocaust survivors and students who interviewed them to glean first-person stories about their personal dark, tragic and inhumane histories during World War II gathered at KleinLife to mark the publication of Generation To Generation, a special compilation of 31 individual Holocaust stories.

The compilation is available for $18 and can be obtained through KleinLife, 10100 Jamison Ave., or by calling 215–698–7300 or visiting www.kleinlife.org ••