“Etched in Glass: The Legacy of Steve Ross” Documentary

February 5, 2019 Boston Free 0
Steve Ross (Courtesy photo)
Steve Ross (Courtesy photo)

Steve Ross survived five years and 10 concentration camps. When Dachau was liberated by American soldiers, he decided to make the U.S. his home. He came to Boston and earned three degrees. He worked for the City of Boston as a youth outreach worker, having an impact on so many  lives. Steve’s greatest achievement was the establishment of the New England Holocaust Memorial in Boston.

Come watch this amazing and uplifting story of heartbreak, survival and personal triumph. Questions following the showing with producer Roger Lyons.

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Tuesday, February 5, 2019, 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
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30 Wallingford Rd
Boston, MA 02135

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