"Near Normal Man" Film Screening and Q&A @Berkeley City College

Watch a film screening of Near Normal Man followed by a Q&A with Holocaust survior and social justice activist Ben Stern and Producer/Director Charlene Stern.

"Near Normal Man" is a half-hour documentary film, told in a first-hand account by Ben Stern, a Polish Jew, who survives 2 ghettos, 9 concentration camps and 2 death marches.  The Nazis identify him as one of the dangerous Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto. He emerges alive, only to face the Nazis again - 30 years later, this time in Skokie, Illinois. 

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Moonlight @Claremont

Wednesday, June 26, 5:30pm  


R/2016/111 minutes

A young black man struggles to find his place in the world while growing up in a rough neighborhood of Miami.

Please call 510-981-6280 for more information about any of the films in this weekly series.  Made possible by a generous donation from the Berkeley Friends of the Library.

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Resilient Berkeley Book Club @North

Adverse Childhood Experiences, or ACEs, have been called the #1 Public Health issue of our current time. ACEs refer to childhood traumatic experiences that impact our life-long health outcomes.

Join the Resilient Berkeley Book Club for a documentary film screening about the ground breaking program that examines the longterm consequences of childhood trauma. 

The Ace Study: Childhood Trauma and Adult Health

Part Two - 44 minutes

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