Reading: Lorraine Abramson, “My Race: A Jewish Girl Growing up Under Apartheid in South Africa”

by CJS

Speaker

Lorraine Lotzof Abramson, author MY_RACE_DUSTJACKET.indd

Event Details

Tuesday, October 8, 2013
4:00 p.m.
Union South (TITU)

Wednesday, October 9, 2013
7:00 p.m.
Milwaukee Jewish Community Center
Hosted by David and Madeleine Lubar
Co-sponsored by the Milwaukee JCC, the Jewish Museum Milwaukee, and the Holocaust Education Resource Center.

Ms. Abramson’s visit was made possible through the generosity of the Madeleine & David Lubar Charitable Fund and the Lubar Family Foundation.

Listen to Lecture

This lecture will be available for download through iTunes U, approximately two weeks after the lecture date. Click here for more information.

Summary

My Race is the memoir of a gifted Jewish athlete growing up under the apartheid system of South Africa. Lorraine Lotzof Abramson shares her unique vantage point on the apartheid experience. She provides a first-hand account of her growing unease with the system of social inequality that simultaneously excluded her and celebrated her.