Tuck away the snark for an afternoon

Sacramentans have the rare opportunity tomorrow to learn firsthand about one of the most horrific experiences in world history.  Polish-born Holocaust survivor David Faber will be speaking at Sac State on Wednesday from 1pm-2:30pm in the University Union Ballroom III.  He is here all week telling his story to businesses and students, urging tolerance.

The 80-year-old spent six years in nine concentration camps and witnessed the murders of his parents, brother, and five of his six sisters.  He accepts no speaker fee, and the proceeds from his book sales benefit funds that help disabled U.S. veterans.