On Sunday June 25, 2017
  • 9am-1pm at Kevah: 2095 Rose St., Suite 202, Berkeley
  • 12pm-4pm at Contemporary Jewish Museum: 736 Mission Street, San Francisco
  • 4pm-8pm at Oshman Family Jewish Community Center: 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto
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Arthur Shostak

Art Shostak, after a 43-year long career as an Applied Sociologist, reinvented himself in 2003 as a Holocaust scholar. He has since studied 195 survivor memoirs, visited 48 Holocaust museums worldwide, and interviewed scores of survivors here and abroad. His 2017 book - Stealth Altruism: Forbidden Care as Jewish Resistance in the Holocaust - makes an urgent case for taking a humanistic perspective on the Shoah. Art lives in Alameda, CA, with his wife Lynn Seng, and he now travels widely to promote overdue attention to the Help Story in general, and stealth altruism in particular.