Michael Klein: Harford County Family Closes Holocaust Gap


Welcome back to Pull Up A Chair, our monthly podcast where we explore different themes and what it means to build and be a part of a strong Jewish community.

In this episode of Pull Up A Chair, we look at the question — Is it possible to teach empathy? The Klein family thinks so.

The Ralph and Shirley Klein Foundation has been supporting a special Holocaust program at The John Carroll School in Bel Air, Maryland for nearly three decades.

The Kleins were one of a handful of Jewish families who made their home in Harford county in the 1960s. Michael Klein, the middle of three sons, sat down with us to share his stories of growing up in the area and his family’s commitment to closing the gap on Holocaust education.

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