10,000 Roses

On April 5th, we will cut and de-thorn roses at the University Catholic Center. On April 6th, we will hand out 10,000 white roses in commemoration of the 10,000 individuals who died every day in Auschwitz during the Holocaust. We will also host Max Glauben, a holocaust survivor, who will share his inspiring story of hardship, resilience, and humanity.

Schedule of Events:
April 5th: 
12PM-8PM--De-thorning roses at the University Catholic Center
April 6th: 
9AM-5PM--Distributing roses around campus
6PM--Holocaust survivor Max Glauben will speak at Texas Hillel
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For twelve years The White Rose Society has engaged thousands of students, organizations, and university staff members in an effort to remember the Holocaust and prevent future atrocities. This year we call particular attention to the human rights crisis in Syria and to the plight of over 11 million Syrian refugees. The task at hand is monumental and we could not, nor would not want to do it alone.
 

Wednesday, April 6, 2016 at 12:00pm to 6:00pm

Campus Wide

Event Type

Campus & Community, Policy & Law, World & Culture

Departments

All Departments

Target Audience

Students, Staff, Faculty

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