Join UJA’s Wall Street Division for an inspiring lunch with Arnold Newfield, a Holocaust survivor who spent six weeks in Bergen-Belsen. He will share his story of survival and resilience, allowing us to bear witness. In this time of rising antisemitism and as survivors age, opportunities to hear these stories have taken on a new resonance and urgency.

Additionally, we’ll learn more about the work of UJA’s Community Initiative for Holocaust Survivors, which provides vital and dignified care for survivors, making good on our enduring promise to never forget and never abandon.

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Arnold Newfield

Arnold Newfield was born in Westerbork transit camp in Holland after his family left Vienna years prior. Arnie’s father was sent to Buchenwald from Westerbork, never speaking with Arnie about his experiences there. Arnie and his two brothers and mother were sent to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, where they were liberated.



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