Anita Schorr was 8 years old when Nazis invaded her hometown in Czechoslovakia. She was sent to the Terezin concentration camp and later to Auschwitz. She survived because her mother pushed her into a line for forced labor, despite the fact that she was not even 14. She spent the war digging trenches and was the only member of her family to survive. After the war, Anita Schorr immigrated to Israel where she married and had a son. She later moved to the United States and currently lives in Westport, CT. After 30 years of silence, Antia Schorr began to speak about her experience in the Holocaust. She encourages her audience not to be content with just saying “never again,” but rather to take action and make sure that it is not possible for another Holocaust to take place.