One Person Made a Powerful Contribution to Holocaust Education By Telling Her Own Grandparent's Story



 B2247: A Granddaughter's Understanding 

Sara Greenberg was an undergrad with no film making experience, who made a Holocaust movie that has been seen by many thousands. It was her passion to share her grandparent's important and moving story of survival  that propelled her to fight her own fears and insecurities which had been holding her back.  

This documentary has been extremely successful in increasing awareness and dispelling discrimination, even being  screened at the United Nations on International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The film has been adopted by Steven Spielberg’s Shoah Foundation, as well as by the ADL.

We are very proud that Sara is a member of Jerusalem U’s Core18 Young Leaders Advisory board.

 CLICK HERE to watch an interview with Sara about the making of B2247, that she made especially for Jerusalem U as part of our Impact course.       


 Many thanks to Sara Greenberg for giving permission to re-post her film.



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Tags: Anti-Semitism, Auschwitz, Holocaust, Yom HaShoah, Shoah, Jewish Education, Documentary