Author and Holocaust survivor Sylvia Ruth Gutmann speaks at 1951 Coffee, a café that trains and hires refugees and educates the community on refugee life and issues. Gutmann will speak about her experiences during World War II and how those experiences are reflected in the child separation and resettlement happening in the United States today. She will also sign copies of her new memoir, A Life Rebuilt: The Remarkable Transformation of a War Orphan. Cost: $7.50 or $25 (includes a copy of the book). Info and tickets: here

Read our Spring 2017 story about how and why 1951 Coffee was started: here

Sylvia Ruth Gutmann Speaks at 1951 Coffee
Wednesday August 8, 7–8pm
1951 Coffee Company
2410 Channing Way, Berkeley