Stand up against Hate this Monday evening


November 10, 2017

Dr. Jacob Eisenbach

Lake Brantley's Club L'Chaim, with Chabad Altamonte Springs present the second event of an ongoing series about Standing up against hate on Monday, Nov. 13 at Lake Brantley High School, 991 Sand Lake Road, Altamonte Springs.

The keynote speaker will be 94-year-old Holocaust survivor Dr. Jacob Eisenbach. He is the subject of the book "Where You Go, I Go," written by Karen McCartney, about his life surviving the Third Reich as a teenager. He is now an educational speaker with a mission to end genocide.

Despite his horrifying experiences at the hands of the Nazis, his message is one of hope.

"No matter how dark the clouds may be, there will always be a day when the sun will break through. Which means, never lose hope for a better tomorrow... That hope has been my guide," he said in an interview with the National Resilience Institute last July.

The event will be held in the Cindy Berry Auditorium at 6 p.m., and is free for students and employees of SCPS, $10 for all others.

Seminole County Public Schools also sponsors this event.


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