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Lifelong Jewish Learning

Wednesday, November 3 from 6:30 - 8:00 pm

Judy Winnick Angel of the Warsaw Ghetto*

In the midst of the WWII Holocaust, there was goodness. Irena Sendler, a Polish, Catholic, social worker, was responsible for saving 2,500 Jewish children from the Warsaw Ghetto. Her story is one of courage, compassion, and choices. You will meet Irena Sendler, (portrayed by Judy Winnick). The year is 1956, and Irena, living in Poland, reflects on how, and why, she risked her life to save others. Her story is compelling, moving, and inspiring!

Judy Winnick received one of Colorado’s Distinguished Teacher Awards. Since her retirement she has been portraying extraordinary women from history. Her research is extensive, and her first person characterization of Irena Sendler is captivating.
*This program will take place only in-person and there will be no streaming available.

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