Join local educators Jackie Fishman, Donna Tarney and John Cox to discuss the importance of first person Holocaust narratives in 2021. This conversation will provide important historical context to Susan's personal experience in Protective Custody PRISONER 34042, connecting it to other forms of bigotry, oppression and genocide. We invite you to discuss what we can learn from these stories and how this impacts us NOW.
Protective Custody PRISONER 34042 is a raw and impactful play written by Charles LaBorde and based on the memoir of well-known Charlotte Holocaust survivor Dr. Susan Cernyak-Spatz. In honor of National Holocaust Days of Remembrance, you can stream Protective Custody PRISONER 34042 for free April 4-11. Protective Custody PRISONER 34042 and this Community Conversation are sponsored by Culture Blocks- a community partnership funded by Mecklenburg County.