"Etched In Glass: The Legacy of Steve Ross," tells the compelling, true story of Steve Ross, who, as a boy endured five horrific years in 10 concentration camps during World War II. He was rescued by an American soldier who showed him kindness and gave him a little American flag. This sparked his resilience, propelling him to dedicate his life to helping disadvantaged young people for over 40 years as a youth worker.
Steve Ross then became the driving force behind the creation of the iconic New England Holocaust Memorial.
The powerful story takes a key turning point in Rhode Island in August of 2012.
World premiere showing of the documentary film "Etched In Glass: The Legacy of Steve Ross" on Sunday, August 13 at 2:15pm. Moses Brown School – Woodman Performance Center, 250 Lloyd Avenue, Providence, RI.
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