William Alexander Scott III was a photographer in a segregated battalion of the United States Army during World War II. His witness testimony of the liberation of Buchenwald is told in the traveling exhibit “Witness to the Holocaust”, which draws parallels between the Jim Crow laws here and the Nuremberg Race laws of 1935‐1945 implemented in Germany and Nazi-controlled areas of Europe.
We will meet in the lobby with the exhibit is and we can head over to Foxy Loxy (across the street) after for a drink or tasty treat over conversation. It is a GREAT time to bring up a book that you read but didn't make the discussion for, too. Hope to see you there!