Holocaust survivor speaks to a full house at MSJC

David Faber has lectured at MSJC three times.
Students, residents and employees filled Mt. San Jacinto College’s 300-seat theater on Thursday, Oct. 13, 2011 to hear Holocaust survivor David Faber share his experiences.
The event marked the third time Mr. Faber has come to MSJC to give a riveting and heart-breaking account of his life. Mr. Faber was born in 1926 and suffered Nazi persecution from 1939 to 1945. During the Holocaust, he witnessed the murder of his parents and six of his seven siblings. He was imprisoned in eight different concentration camps, including Auschwitz. Mr. Faber is a nationally acclaimed speaker and is devoted to the promise he made to his mother: "to tell the world" his story.
Mr. Faber’s book is titled “Because of Romek: A Holocaust Survivor’s Memoir.”
The event was offered by the MSJC chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa honors society and the Diversity Committee.
Menifee resident Paula Thompson talks to Holocaust survivor David Faber at Mt. San Jacinto College
as he signs a copy of his book for her 17-yer-old son.
David Faber, with his book “Because of Romek: A Holocaust Survivor’s Memoir,”
has lectured three times to a full house at Mt. San Jacinto College.