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My Name is Sara - Film Discussion
After the Nazis murder her family, 12-year-old Sara Goralnik flees to the Ukrainian countryside and assumes the identity of her Christian best friend. She lives by her wits as a farmhouse maid, where one slip of her tongue could mean her life. The award-winning film "My Name Is Sara," tells the true story of her bravery, strength and survival. Watch it on demand from Thursday, July 15 - Sunday, July 18 at holocaustcenter.org. Then join us on July 18 for a discussion with Sara’s son and Executive Producer Mickey Shapiro, Director Steven Oritt and Detroit Free Press columnist Nancy Kaffer. Thank you to our Community Partner, Congregation Beth Ahm.

Jul 18, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Mickey Shapiro
Mickey Shapiro is one of Michigan’s top financiers and developers with ownership positions in real estate entities throughout the U.S. He pursues numerous philanthropic endeavors, many in memory of his inspiring parents, Asa and Sara (Goralnik) Shapiro.
Steven Oritt
Steven Oritt is a director and cinematographer, known for My Name Is Sara (2019), Accidental Climber (2020) and American Native (2014).
Nancy Kaffer
Nancy Kaffer is a Detroit Free Press columnist and member of their Editorial Board.