Holocaust Survivor Tells Story of Hope, Overcoming Hate
Stanley Bernath is one of the lucky few to have survived the Holocaust as a Jewish prisoner of war during World War II in Austria. He was almost starved and worked to death while at Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp from 1944–1945. His story is inspiring and hopeful. Now immortalized as a hologram who answers thousands of questions in museums across the country, Mr. Bernath himself will grace us with his presence this April at the Center for the Arts. At 7pm Monday the 9th, Mr. Bernath will give a lecture—complete with video and photographs—recounting his personal experience during the war. Audience members can ask Mr. Bernath questions during the Q&A session following the lecture. At a robust 92 years of age, Mr. Bernath is extremely articulate and engaging. Please join us for this special fundraising event. Proceeds will help to continue the vision of CFA@Kayenta— to let our humanity be expanded through art in all its various forms.