Karen Faith Witt grew up in Beachwood, but traveled extensively throughout her career with United Airlines. A trip to Israel forged her commitment to studying the Holocaust. Keeping the memory and the significance of the Holocaust alive among younger generations was her passion. A fierce protector of human rights, Karen was a true humanitarian who was dedicated to solving the riddle of human persecution.
A.H. Weinstein was likewise a great champion of human rights, a cause he passed on to his son, Norman, and to others in his family. He was born in Russia but came to this country in 1905, settling in Cleveland. Here he successfully pursued a career in law and real estate. Mr. Weinstein was a member of the City Club, as was his son.
All NEO high school students are encouraged to enter the 2019 Hope and Stanley Adelstein Free Speech Essay Contest! Your thoughts on today's threats to free speech could win you up to $1,000 and a chance to read your essay at a City Club forum. Enter today!
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