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Saving testimonies like those of Jewish Holocaust survivors Dolly and Julio Botton is the urgent priority of The Last Chance Testimony Collection. Both gave testimony in 1997, and this month marks the two-year anniversary since Julio gave his Dimensions in Testimony interview, as well as the one year memorial since his passing. USC Shoah Foundation invites you to learn more about The Last Chance Collection.
Last Chance Testimony Collection: https://sfi.usc.edu/last-chance
Learn more about USC Shoah Foundation: https://sfi.usc.edu/
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