. . . Traveling Exhibit in Thompson Library Atrium until May
Holocaust Exhibit moves to University of Michigan-Flint Thompson Library providing first-hand accounts of survival
Flint-Area Holocaust Survivors & Youth Dialogue with History
The oral history project, Recounting Memory: Flint-Area Holocaust Survivors & Youth Dialogue with History, has been installed in the atrium level of the University of Michigan-Flint Thompson Library and will be open to the public during regular library hours through March 12, 2012.
Visitors will find stories and photos of survival on a large scale in this oral history project that brings together area students and Holocaust survivors .
One aspect of the exhibit that differs from others that address the Holocaust is the focus on survivors who were young children from the former Soviet Republic, especially during the initial Nazi invasion called Operation Barbarossa.