Sudbury Embraces Diversity

Published October 10, 2001 | Select Board's Office | Automatically Archived on 10/26/2001

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Stephan Ross
Holocaust Survivor

Thursday, October 25, 2001
Ephraim Curtis Middle School
22 Pratts Mill Road
Sudbury, MA
7:00 – 9:00 PM

Sudbury’s No Place for Hate Committee invites you to the first in a series of educational forums designed to bring the issues of diversity and tolerance to the forefront of community discussion.

For our first forum, we are privileged to bring Holocaust survivor and noted speaker Stephan Ross to Sudbury to discuss the painful impact of bigotry and hatred on society and to expand our discussion of respect for human differences.

Mr. Ross came to the United States under the auspices of the U.S. Committee for Orphaned Children in 1948 after being freed form the Dachau prison camp. He is the founder of the New England Holocaust Memorial in Boston and a thoughtful and moving speaker on the subject of intolerance.

We invite the community — adults and youth alike — to attend what we expect will be a powerful and worthwhile evening for all.

For more information, contact:

Wayne Walker
Assistant Town Manager
978-443-8891, x386 or email him at
[email protected]