Susan has worked as a teacher, lecturer and educational psychologist. She spent ten years in West Africa, and worked for nine years in the Jewish community in London. In 2014, she was given “The Rabbi Dr Bernard Susser Award for an outstanding publication” by the Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain (JGSGB) for A Silence That Speaks.
Susan is also author of From East End to Land’s End, The Evacuation of Jews’ Free School, London, to Mousehole in Cornwall during WW2, which was described by Aumie Shapiro as an “extraordinary, significant story of inter-faith and community harmony. A magnificent achievement.”
A SILENCE THAT SPEAKS
A Family Story Through and Beyond the Holocaust: Susan recounts the remarkable story of her 18-year search for the truth of what happened to her Viennese Jewish family during the Second World War. She also digs deep into her family’s history, a journey taking her back 200 years and across four continents, and explores the impact of the Holocaust on subsequent generations. Join her on this journey, made all the more poignant, as 2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, where several members of her family perished.
Event: A Silence that Speaks presented by Susan Soyinka
Date: 2.30pm (doors open at 2pm), 11th July, 2015
Venue: PZ Gallery, 7 Coinagehall Street, Penzance TR18 4AY
Tickets: £3 Tickets can be pre-purchased online at Cornish Riviera Box Office
Tickets are also Available on the Day at the Door, but to ensure your place Book Online!