Elie Wiesel In Conversation With Ted Koppel
The Holocaust survivor + Nobel Peace Prize winner offers his sage insight
After surviving Auschwitz and Buchenwald, at the beckoning of a writer friend, Elie Wiesel documented his experiences in the internationally acclaimed memoir, Night. The scholar and humanitarian has since been active in the world of politics, philanthropy, and writing (he has over 60 books to his name). The always eloquent human rights advocate will discuss the topic of God, exile, and responsibility with former Nightline anchor Ted Koppel. Bound to be informative and eye opening. Best available reserved seating allocated by the venue on arrival.
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