Remembering Anita Schorr

Remembering Anita Schorr — Holocaust Survivor And Hero

Anita Schorr — a Westporter and Holocaust survivor who inspired thousands of area residents with her true story of horror and hope — died yesterday. With her trademark bravery, she had waged a battle with colon cancer. She was 85. Cont

Holocaust Survivor and Westport Resident Anita Schorr Dies

Schorr had been a staple of the community since 1985.
WESTPORT, CT – Holocaust survivor and Westport resident Anita Schorr has passed away, First Selectman Jim Marpe announced Friday. Cont

Anita Schorr, a witness to Holocaust evils, dies at 85  Cont


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Be a Hero

February 21, 2014

We all have sometime in our lives felt harassment from a classmate or coworker. Many people find it hard to overcome these situations and still be able to communicate and interact with friends and family. If you are or have been in this situation, this interview will help you. I will talk to a survivor of a concentration camp, Anita Schorr. She has found a way to not only overcome her horrible experiences but find a way to not want revenge but rather enjoy life.


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Anti-Defamation League

The Anti-Defamation League honored Bonnie Slyn and David Ball, Anita Schorr, and Julie and Robert Haroun at ADL’s 2013 Upper Fairfield County Award Reception and Centennial Gala at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, November 10, in Westport Cont

ADL Upper Fairfield County Centennial Gala Celebrates Exceptional Leaders from Westport, Easton


​From left, Robert Haroun, Julie Haroun, Anita Schorr, Sen. Richard Blumenthal, Bonnie Slyn, David Ball, ADL Connecticut Regional Director Gary Jones
​Photo by Harold Shapiro.

The Anti-Defamation League, founded in 1913, is devoted to fighting anti-Semitism, racism and other forms of bigotry, building bridges of understanding and safeguarding our liberties.

Stamford Advocate

Holocaust survivor speaks to Middlesex seventh grade
Holocaust remembrance set for Thursday
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Holocaust survivor begs students to act against bullies
Barlow students learn about Hitler’s legacy



An 83-year-old Fairfield resident knows what it is like to take on the ultimate bully, Adolf Hitler.

“Hitler bullied the world and we have to be careful to protect the freedom we have,” said Anita Ron Schorr, a Holocaust survivor who addressed about 100 people during a lecture at Quinnipiac University on Nov. 4. Cont

Holocaust survivor Anita Ron Schorr of Fairfield addresses the audience during her lecture at the Center of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Quinnipiac University on Nov. 4.

North Haven News

North Haven News

North Haven Teachers Complete Holocaust Training at the Quinnipiac University School of Education

More than 25 teachers from Connecticut, including North Haven Middle School teachers, Alicia Crismale and Krista Kaplan, completed a Feb. 5 training program on “Echoes and Reflections: A Multimedia Curriculum on the Holocaust,” a comprehensive 10-part curriculum on the Holocaust. The Connecticut Office of the Anti-Defamation League(ADL) sponsored the training, which took place at the Quinnipiac University School of Education. Cont

Jewish Ledger


Jewish Ledger
ADL to honor five Fairfield County community leaders.
By Cindy Mindell ~

UJA/Federation of Eastern Fairfield County, in cooperation with the Jewish Federation Association of Connecticut (JFACT), will be the sponsoring community for this year’s official State Holocaust commemoration. The program will take place on Friday, Apr. 20 at 11 a.m. in the State Senate Chambers in Hartford.  Cont.
‘Hatikvah’ in the Holocaust