Holocaust survivor to speak of ghettos, camps

Regina Gutman and Sam Spiegel wed under a chuppah at the Foehrenwald displaced persons camp in 1946. (Courtesy United States Holocaust Memorial Museum)

Regina Spiegel, a Holocaust survivor from Radom, Poland, currently living in Washington, D.C., will discuss her experiences in ghettos, forced labor and concentration camps, including Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen, on Sunday, Oct. 30, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. The program, “Literature and Testimony,” presented by the Coalition for Jewish Education of the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona, the Arizona Center for Judaic Studies and the University of Arizona College of Education Worlds of Words Library, will be held at the Worlds of Words Library, 1430 E. Second St., 4th floor, room 453.

Participants may peruse the library’s international collection of children’s literature about the Holocaust.

Free parking is available in the garage at Second Street and Mountain Avenue. For more information, contact Bryan Davis at the JFSA at 577-9393 or bdavis@jfsa.org.