This Holocaust Memorial Day join USC Hillel for a Zikaron BaSalon,


A Conversation with Holocaust Survivor,

Louise Lerner


Wednesday, January 27, 6:00 PM PST, Zoom

Moderated by USC Hillel students Shelly Raiter ('24) and Emma Spike-Neaman ('23)

Zikaron BaSalon (Hebrew for “memories in the living room”) is an annual event, which takes place on Israeli Holocaust Memorial Day. The idea was born from the understanding that the connection between today's society and the memories of the Holocaust, has significantly deteriorated.


​Zikaron BaSalon offers a new, meaningful and intimate way to commemorate this day and address its implications through discussions at home among family, friends and guests. It is a unique and authentic tradition of people gathering together to open their hearts to the stories of the survivors, sing, think, read, talk and most importantly- listen.


This coming Holocaust Memorial Day, we invite you to take part in USC Hillel's Zikaron BaSalon, as we host a conversation with Louise Lerner, survivor and friend of USC Hillel.

We are proud recipients of a grant from the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles