Monday, July 13, 2020


Zoom Webinar


Registration Is Free

Inspirational Moments During an Unprecedented Time: An intergenerational conversation with Holocaust survivor Nathan Leipciger

During these challenging times, engaging in meaningful discussions about hope and community are more important than ever.

Join March of the Living Toronto, UJA’s Sarah and Chaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre, and UJA Genesis for a special intergenerational conversation between Holocaust survivor, Nathan Leipciger, and his granddaughter, Jenn Green. As Nathan reflects on his experiences during the Holocaust, he will share messages of hope to remind us that there is always a brighter tomorrow.

Please note that we will introduce volunteer opportunities with Holocaust survivors during the webinar.

In Conversation with:
Nathan Leipciger
Register for this webinar by 12:00 PM on July 13th
For more information please contact: Witnee Karp at or at 416 398 6931 x 5367.


Nathan Leipciger

Nathan Leipciger was born in Chorzow, Poland, in 1928. He survived the Sosnowiec Ghetto and the camps of Auschwitz-Birkenau, Funfteichen, Gross Rosen, Flossenberg, Leonberg, Muhldorf am Inn and Waldlager (two subcamps of Dachau). Nathan and his father were liberated on May 2, 1945, by the American Army. He immigrated to Canada in 1948, where he attended high school and eventually obtained a university degree in engineering. A founding member and longtime speaker at the Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre, Nathan has also been an educator on March of the Living trips to Poland and Israel for eighteen years. His memoir, The Weight of Freedom, was published in 2015 by the Azrieli Foundation.