Dear Friend:

Join us for The Greater Lafayette Holocaust Remembrance Committee's 23rd Annual Greater Lafayette Holocaust Remembrance Conference, "Antisemitism and Terrorism," Saturday, March 27, 2004, in Mathews Hall 210 Auditorium, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.

The topic has special meaning for Americans and the world since the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in New York City, Pennsylvania, and at the Pentagon in Washington, DC.

Two Holocaust Survivors, Eva Kor of Terra Haute, whose C.A.N.D.L.E.S. Museum was recently burned to the ground and Hart Hasten of Indianapolis, author of I Shall Not Die will talk as will University of Michigan Professor Zvi Gitelman, authority on Anti-Semitism. Come, ask questions.

Saturday night, March 27, the Mayors, Tony Roswarski & Jan Mills, share their Proclamation, followed by a memorial-tribute to Holocaust Victims and Antisemitism casualties.

You are invitated to participate in a Saturday of FREE events. In addition, there is a Saturday, Hebrew National Deli SUPPER at Hillel, for which there will be a charge. ($5/person, $3 students) The conference, brings together high school and college students, faculty, and community. It is supported by local businesses and you. Your contribution helps fund this Conference.

Share the schedule. Spread the word about our human rights conference. Your contribution helps fund this Conference.

Please use this form if you would like to reserve space for the Deli Supper, purchase one of our speaker's books, or make a contribution. GLHRC_form_2004.pdf


Al Black Sue Prohofsky Rabbi Gedalyah Engel
Chair Secretary Coordinator