Holocaust victim to speak in Tiverton following anti-Semitic Facebook post


This post has actually given that been erased by the Atlantic Sports Bar and Dining Establishment.

TIVERTON, R.I. (WLNE)– Simply one week after a Tiverton Dining establishment published a since-deleted anti-Semitic meme on social networks, a Holocaust victim is pertaining to speak.

Rep. John Edwards (D-70, Tiverton) revealed Friday that he will be hosting a Holocaust education program Monday.

The program is called “Stories of Survival” and will occur at the Tiverton Town Library at 6 p.m.

Holocaust victims and kids of Holocaust victims will share stories.

The occasion is complimentary and available to the general public.

The Atlantic Sports and Bar situated on Shove Street published a meme Friday speaking about the current heat wave in the area, with a photo revealing Anne Frank.

The Facebook post had a photo of Anne Frank with a text that checked out, “It’s Hotter than an oven out there … And I must understand!” and the caption “#Ohboy” to support it.

The dining establishment has actually given that released an apology and have actually dealt with reaction