Slifka hosts “Morning at Yale” featuring Guido Calabresi ’53, ’58 LLB, Professor Emeritus of Law

HOLOCAUST TALES: HOW EVERY BLOOD MEMBER OF MY FAMILY WAS SAVED, AND WHO SAVED THEM: After Italy surrendered to Germany in September 1943, Italians of Jewish ancestry immediately found themselves in mortal danger. Professor Calabresi, former dean of Yale Law School, will relate how his family members were saved through the help of fellow citizens, poor and rich, powerful and powerless. The stories of how this happened are fascinating and “even fun in themselves,” he says, marveling at some people’s willingness to risk their lives to rescue others.