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ADL to honor five Fairfield County community leaders.
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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.
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The Weston Forum

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

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The Weston Forum  Ms. Schorr is among the youngest Holocaust survivors in a population that is diminishing daily. Her courage helped her to survive at a number of concentration camps.. Cont

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Books

  • Subject: My Early Life
New book

“Anita”-Adult Edition

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About the Author:

Marion A. Stahl was touched by Anita’s story and inspired by her mission to teach about bullying and social abuse.

Marion   embarked upon the task to retrace events, paint surroundings, as well as beget the young girl to bring forth her voice again as well as her adult message: “Be a Hero.” “Stahl’s book will inspire young adults to learn about WWII history and how not to repeat it.” Lara Moore

  • Subject: Bullying  Age: 12 and up

 

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Subject: post-traumatic pain and anxieties.

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Awards

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Anti-Defamation Honors

Anita Schorr was awarded the ‘Exceptional Leader Award’ by Senator Richard Blumenthal, the ‘Distinguished Community Leadership Award’ by Governor Nancy Wyman, and the State of Connecticut General Assembly Official Citation. These recognitions were celebrated during the ADL Centennial Gala.

Anita‘s Speeches and Memoirs have been touching thousands on the ADL efforts against bullying.

 

by Sara Jones, Corpwell Media.