Holocaust Survivor Testimony Series

Many of the Holocaust survivors in our community have had their testimonies that recount their experiences during the Holocaust recorded by the USC Shoah Foundation. Knowing the importance of remembering the experiences of our community’s Survivors and finding ways to learn from them, over the past several months, JCRC's Raab/Goodwin Center and the Jewish Federation of Southern NJ have taken several of these testimonies and made them more personal by adding historical and family photos.


To honor the Survivors and learn about the consequences of hate and so many other important lessons the experiences teach us, we invite you to join us as we screen these videos and give the community the chance to hear these eyewitness testimonies. Following the screening of the individual testimonies, family members of the Survivors will answer questions from the audience.


In addition, students at Kellman Brown Academy interviewed four Holocaust survivors in our community as part of the Names Not Numbers project.  This video will also be shared, so we can all discover, as the Kellman Brown students did, the importance of learning from those who experienced life during the Holocaust and empowering us all to promise, Never Again.

Wednesday, February 8th  7:00pm 


Screening Testimony of

Erna Anolik 


Mother of Jonathan Anolik

Grandmother of Jennifer Anolik


Location - Temple Beth Sholom

Thursday, March 23rd 



Screening of Names Not Numbers Documentary Film by students from Kellman Brown Academy


Location - Temple Beth Sholom

Wednesday, May 3rd 



Screening Testimony of

Shelley Zeiger


Father of Jeffrey Zeiger 


Location - Moorestown Library 


In partnership with the Moorestown Jewish Association 

Thursday, June 8th



Screening Testimony of

Erna Sauer Bratt


Mother of Stuart Sauer 

Grandmother of Aaron Sauer


Location - Congregation Beth El 

All screenings are free and open to the community.

Pre-Registration required.