From the Warsaw Ghetto to a Life of Compassion:

Alex Hershaft's Inspiring Story

Alex Hershaft is one of the few remaining voices who can personally and vividly attest to the experience of the Holocaust. And he is one of the only such voices who can undeniably relate that experience to the plight of farm animals.

Recently named by VegNews Magazine as one of the four most important figures in the history of the veg-advocacy movement, Alex has told his dramatic story in front of large crowds in Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Pittsburgh, and most recently New York City. This will be an incredible opportunity to experience his unforgettable presentation in Philadelphia.
Tickets include:
  • A reception with delicious vegan hors d'oeuvres, with vegan desserts afterward.
  • Alex's incredible presentation about his moral evolution from Holocaust survivor to farm-animal advocate.

"As a Holocaust survivor with a riveting and inspirational personal story, he adds to that a unique and incredibly powerful perspective and voice on the rights of animals not to be raised for food. I wish everyone could hear the presentation that I did.

-- Richard Levin, attendee, "From the Warsaw Ghetto to a Life of Compassion," May 15, 2015, Baltimore, MD. 



Below are sample photos of food by Birchtree Catering. We will be serving their vegan hors d'oeuvres at this event.


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