Please join us as we launch this year’s theme, “Humanities & Democracy,” with our Speaker Series.
Francie Wolff will share her talk:
“What to Do? Stories of the
Daughter of a Holocaust Survivor.”
Tuesday, October 30, 4:30 PM
Harwood Reading Room, Olin Library • Drury University
Francie Wolff will share the remarkable personal and historical stories of refugees from Germany during the rise of Hitler. Her experience provides a sense of urgency and a lens to think about our response to those currently seeking asylum in the United States.
Ms. Wolff is a Springfield resident, daughter of a Holocaust survior, and a member of the Mayor’s Commission on Human Rights. She is an author, speaker, documentarian, singer-songwriter, artist, and photographer.
Questions?: Contact Dr. Katie Gilbert