Capacity Crowd at ‘One Holocaust Survivor’s Journey’
Rabbi Philip Lazowski spoke to approximately 140 attendees in the Museum Theater on Sunday, April 21st. Rabbi Lazowski was born in 1930 near Vilna in Bielice, Poland (now Belarus), survived the Holocaust by hiding for almost three years in White Russian forests.
After immigrating to the United States in 1947, Rabbi Lazowski earned numerous degrees, including a Master of Science Degree from Yeshiva University’s Graduate School of Education, ordination as Rabbi by the Academy of Higher Jewish Learning, a Doctorate in Jewish Literature from Jewish Teacher’s Seminary and People’s University.
Rabbi Lazowski was on hand to sign two of the seven books authored including his most recent publication, Power of Faith. He and his wife Ruth, also a Holocaust Survivor.
Dr. Susan Feigenbaum and Dr. Jay Pepose graciously underwrote this event.