JGSCT Virtual Program, TOMORROW, June 6, 2021, 1:30pm Eastern, Deborah Munk Long, Finding Holocaust Relatives #holocaust #events #education
Please join JGSCT, tomorrow, Sunday June 6, 2021, at 1:30 pm for a program presented by Deborah Munk Long on OUT OF THE WHIRLWIND: RESOURCES FOR HOLOCAUST RESEARCH about Finding Your Family Lost in the Holocaust.
Deborah H. Long, Ed.D., is a Chicago native who lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. She is the founder and first president of Triangle JGS , and serves as a director.
She teaches real estate law, and speaks to audiences of licensed professionals who are required to attend continuing education programs, but she’d rather be working on her family tree
Deborah is the award-winning author of many articles and educational programs as well as 18 books, including two books on her family history.
The daughter of two Holocaust survivors, she has been reconstructing her fragmented family tree since she was 10 years old.
Deborah will share her incredible journey searching for her Polish and Hungarian family members. Featured on NPR’s program “The Story,” she will discuss and demonstrate the online resources that led her to a miraculous discovery and that may help you re-connect with your past.
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Gail K Reynolds, Publicity Chair, Jewish Genealogical Society of Connecticut