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In Her Own Words

A standing-room-only audience made up of Trinity College students, faculty, staff, and alumni, as well as members of the Greater Hartford community, listened intently as Holocaust survivor Judith Altmann spoke at the Hartford college on April 25 in remembrance of Yom Hashoah, Holocaust Commemoration Day. A long-time resident of Stamford, Altmann has shared her story with more than 70,000 people. Pictured here at the Trinity College Yom Hashoa event are (l to r) Brendan Clark (’21), Glenn Falk (professor of the practice in public policy and law), Danielle Edwards (appellate attorney, 1818 Law Group), Judith Altmann, Lisa Kassow (director of Trinity College Hillel), and Samuel D. Kassow (Charles H. Northam Professor of History and a scholarly authority on the Holocaust). (Photo credit: Sarah McCoy)

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