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MEDIA ADVISORY AND PHOTO OP: Aims Human2Human and Greeley Holocaust Memorial Observances Committees to Host Presentation by Holocaust Survivor

GREELEY, CO – April 19, 2018 – The Aims Community College Human2Human Social Responsiveness and Inclusion Committee and the Greeley Holocaust Memorial Observances Committee are honored to bring Dr. Alfred Münzer to speak about his experience as a Holocaust survivor at the Greeley campus. The event will take place on Tuesday, April 24 from 3 to 4 p.m. in the Cornerstone Conference Center. Light snacks will be provided.

WHAT: Presentation by Holocaust survivor, Dr. Alfred Münzer
WHEN: Tuesday, April 24 from 3 to 4 p.m.
WHERE: Aims’ Cornerstone Conference Center, 5401 W. 20th Street, Greeley
VISUALS: A presentation by Dr. Alfred Münzer. Light snacks will be provided.
MEDIA RSVP: Please email communications@aims.edu. 

Dr. Alfred Münzer was born on November 23, 1941 in The Hague, Netherlands. He lived with his father, mother and two older sisters. He survived the Holocaust because he was rescued by an Indonesian family. Come hear his story at this event on April 24.


Dr. Alfred Münzer 

About the Aims Human2Human Social Responsiveness and Inclusion Committee
The goal of the Human2Human Social Responsiveness and Inclusion Series is to make a positive impact on the community by providing learning opportunities through the presentation of different perspectives. The views presented at this program do not necessarily represent those of Aims Community College or the Associated Students of Aims. For more information visit www.aims.edu/student/studentli fe/H2H 

About the Holocaust Memorial Observances
The Holocaust Memorial Observances remind our community that anti-Semitism wiped out an entire generation of human beings and their rich and vibrant heritage throughout Europe. It is the hope of the Holocaust Memorial Observances Committee of Greeley and northern Colorado that the values of these programs reach across the age spectrum, diverse religious groups and the general cultural mosaic of our community and give members of our community the courage to counteract hate, bigotry and prejudice whenever and wherever they encounter it. For more information visit www.aims.edu/student/studentli fe/holocaust.