Meet Lani Brayer and Gen2Gen

November 14, 2017 by Henry Greener-The Shtick
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Lani Brayer’s Gen2Gen Educational Program “Remember Me” for young people to remember the past and change the future, is a Not For Profit designed to connect Holocaust Survivors with young people of different faiths, in the spirit of harmony and cohesiveness, to eradicate prejudice and discrimination.

Being the late Johnny Baker’s sister-in-law, Lani and Henry discuss Johnny’s long time dedication and leadership of Australian Friends of Yad Vashem and the enormous outpouring of respect and fond memories of Johnny’s life and achievements, spoken of at his Minyanim.


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