Virtual: Epstein Family
What does it mean to belong? Join us on a virtual visit to the home of the Epstein Family in the 1950s, where Kalman and Rivka Epstein lived as refugees after surviving the Holocaust. Explore how they raised their two daughters, Bella and Blima in New York City, and how they and their daughters found support, friendship, and discovery in an increasingly-diverse Lower East Side neighborhood.
Venue: Tenement Museum
103 Orchard St
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