WC reads again
By Bonnie Edwards
Published in News on February 12, 2006 2:10 AM
From staff reports
Wayne County Reads organizers are inviting the public to learn and talk about acts of selflessness that saved lives during the Holocaust.
Wayne Community College library and Volunteer Wayne/RSVP will present two short videos about rescuers and helpers and lead discussions about "How One Person Can Make a Difference," this year's Holocaust Memorial Day theme. The event will take place on Monday, Feb. 20, at 7 p.m. in the college's library.
Barbara Stiles director of Volunteer Wayne/RSVP, the volunteer clearinghouse for Wayne County, said while the vast majority of Europe's non-persecuted population were bystanders, a small number of ordinary people made choices of conscience.
"Despite their own fears, they persevered," she said. "They made a difference, whether it was through a simple act of kindness to one person or saving whole families. Nothing was insignificant."
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