Sonia Warshawski spent her teenage years shuttled between concentration camps and is one of the last Holocaust survivors in Kansas City. The vibrant 91-year-old shares her story with students and prisoners. Even as she seeks to inspire others, she faces threat of eviction from a dying shopping mall. Her first-person narrative is artfully illustrated with animations inspired by her drawings. Intimate interviews with family and friends illuminate her embodiment of perseverance and determination.
Sponsored by St. Louis Holocaust Museum and Learning Center
Introduction by Debbie Warshawski, St. Louisan and daughter of SONIA
Post-film discussion with Debbie & Dan Reich, Curator and Director of Education for the St. Louis Holocaust Museum & Learning Center
Jewish Community Center Staenberg Family Complex (View)
2 Millstone Campus Drive
St. Louis, MO 63146
|Kid Friendly: Yes!
|Dog Friendly: No
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!