Cantor Esterleon Schwartz, a Los Angeles resident and child Holocaust survivor whose parents escaped from a Nazi detention camp during the holocaust, will share her story at 12:15 p.m. on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 at Green Dot Public School’s Animo Pat Brown Charter School.
The number of opportunities to listen, in person, to a child survivor of the Holocaust describe her tragic experiences and inspire us with her wisdom are passing; therefore, it is with honor and respect that the Animo Classified Employees Association and Green Dot Public Schools welcomes Cantor Esterleon Schwartz to Animo Pat Brown’s campus.
Despite a lifetime of adversity, her relentless faith led her to become a Cantor, a community leader, an Ambassador for Peace, a member of the Board of Directors of the United Nations Association, USA Pacific-Los Angeles Chapter, and a recipient of several humanitarian awards….. Her healing singing voice, poetry and lectures have won over hearts all over the world
Schwartz will have a Question and Answer session for Animo Pat Brown students at the end.
“This may be the last generation able to listen and speak to a child survivor of the Holocaust,” said Daymond R. Johnson, President of the Animo Classified Employees Association and the person responsible for Schwartz appearance.
For more information on Schwartz: http://www.estherleon.com