Author Event with Silvia Fishbaum – June 2, 2019

June 2, 2019

An event not to be missed

A Woman’s Courageous Journey to Religious & Political Freedom

Sunday, June 2, 7:30 pm

@ Bridgeworks, 780 Long Beach Blvd. Long Beach NY

On the 40th anniversary of her freedom, Silvia Fishbaum will share her remarkable story of her escape from Soviet occupied Czechoslovakia and anti-Semitism.

In today’s world with anti Semitism rising it’s ugly head throughout Europe and reaching its highest levels ever in the United States with attacks on Synagogues, this lecture is of paramount importance, especially for young adults and teens in the middle school and high school.

After sharing her extraordinary story, Silvia will be available for book signing opportunities.

Light refreshments. FREE Entry
Sponsor $100 includes an autographed book by Silvia Fishbaum. 
Click here to reserve

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