DALLAS (RNS) — At 91, Max Glauben is still telling his story to anyone who will listen.
Born in Warsaw, Poland, in 1928, Glauben helped found the Dallas Holocaust Museum Center for Education and Tolerance in 1984, and ever since he’s been talking to school groups and museum patrons, as well as to the teens who accompany him on his frequent trips to Israel and the concentration camps of Eastern Europe.
“Max Glauben is a source of inspiration for anyone who has met him,” said Mary Pat Higgins, president and CEO of the Dallas museum. “He inspires me daily. His resilience and forgiveness and what he’s made of his life gives me hope in humanity.”
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