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Holocaust survivor to share story with NE Michigan

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A Holocaust survivor and author will be in Alpena next week, to share her harrowing story of survival and life.

Irene Miller, author of ‘Into No Man’s Land: A Historical Memoir’, will be at the George N. Fletcher Public Library to not only share her childhood journey but to also give a face to a dark chapter of human history, promote tolerance and diversity, inspire positive action – including anti-bullying, and empower people to overcome obstacles in life.

In her retirement, Miller is a speaker for the Detroit Institute of Arts, a courts mediator, and serves on the Board of Directors of the American Jewish Committee, the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S.

The documentary “Irene: Child of the Holocaust,” based on her story, premiered on PBS in December 2016.

Miller will be at the library next Wednesday, at 6:30 p.m. She will also be appearing at the Harrisville branch of the Alcona County Public Library as well as area schools.

For additional information, visit the Alpena library’s website or Facebook page, or call 356-6188 ext. 25.