NORMAN — Holocaust Survivor Irving Roth, 82, will speak at the University of

Oklahoma April 10 in a meeting sponsored by pro-Israel student activists.


NORMAN — Holocaust Survivor Irving Roth, 82, will speak at the University of
Oklahoma April 10 in a meeting sponsored by pro-Israel student activists.
Roth will speak  at 7 p.m. in the Oklahoma Memorial Union, located at 900
Asp Ave. in a tour sponsored by Christians United for Israel.
Director of the Holocaust Resource Center at the Temple Judea of Manhasset,
New York, Roth endeavors to convey the lessons that can be learned from his
experience in the death camps of Poland, working to ensure that an atrocity
like the Holocaust never happens again. Roth has been the recipient of
numerous awards for his work promoting a more accepting and diverse world.
His life’s mission, to make the world a better place, has earned him the
Spirit of Anne Frank Award, and is a sought-after Holocaust educator
throughout Europe, Israel and America.