Join Center for Faith & the Arts and Catawba College for “Sarah’s Key.” In July, 1942, French policemen arrested over 11,000 Jews living in Paris on Germany’s orders. They were confined to the stadium in Paris and were forced to live in extremely crowded conditions, with little water, food, or sanitary facilities. Among the detainees were 4,000 children. Sarah’s Key is the story of one of those children and the story of one woman’s search for the truth of Sarah’s story. Sarah’s tragedy and the discovery of the truth of her story impacted many lives and raises questions of compassion in the middle of horror, and how tragedy can change us forever.
Discussion following the film.
Location: 207 W. Harrison St., Salisbury