From Hate to Home: One Man's Journey from Neo-Nazism to Judaism

Event Details

April 29, 2019
6:30 pm

Hillel House

388 North Pleasant Street, Amherst, MA

Free admission
Contact:
Assaf Elroy
413-549-1710

UMass Hillel is honored to invite you to the 2019 Holocaust Remembrance Day event.

Monday, April 29th
6:30PM- Remembrance walk from UMass library to the Hillel House
7:00PM- ”From Hate To Home," a presentation and discussion with Yonatan Langer at Hillel.

Yonatan Langer was a leader of a Neo-Nazi group in East Berlin. A deep calling to create change in his life prompted him to convert to Judaism and make Aliyah to Israel. Come hear Yonatan speak about his life transformation in a time of a global rise of Antisemitism.

Directions:

From the west:Take Mass Pike (I-90) W, take exit for 91 (exit 4) Take 91 N to exit 19 (Amherst/Northampton) Make a right off the ramp, go over the bridge onto Rt. 9. You will continue for a few miles, made a left onto Rt. 116N (towards Sunderland). Take the first exit for UMass. Drive straight through the campus, past the Visitor's Center. The road will curve to the right, take the first right after the light onto Phillips St.From the east:Take Mass Pike (I 90) E. Take exit for I 91. Take 91 North to exit 19 (Amherst/Northampton) Make a right off the ramp onto Rt. 9. You will continue for a few miles, make a left onto Rt. 116 (towards Sunderland) Take the first exit for UMass. Drive straight through the campus, past the Visitor's Center. The road will curve to the right, take the first right after the light onto Phillips St.