The Never Again for Anyone Speaking Tour

An Evening with Hajo Meyer
Tuesday, February 8th, 7PM
John B. Davis Lecture Hall Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center
Macalaster College 1600 Grand Ave, St. Paul, MN 55105

Donations accepted at the door. No one turned away for lack of funds. Join Us!

This year international Holocaust Remembrance Day is January 27th. A time for reflection and commitment, please join Dr. Hajo Meyer in hearing about his experience in Auschwitz and the lessons he has learned: Never Again for Anyone.

Dr. Meyer will be joined by Palestianian activist, Osama Abu Irshaid, founder and editor of the newspaper Al Mezan, and Coya White Hat-Artichoker, a Lakota activist for indigenous rights.

In commemoration of international Holocaust Remembrance Day, please join Dr. Hajo Meyer in sharing the lesson of his experience in Auschwitz: Never Again for Anyone. Dr. Meyer will be joined in several locations by UC Berkeley professor, Dr. Hatem Bazian, chairman of the American Muslims for Palestine, and other social justice and Palestinian activists to discuss the urgency of this message in the United States and Canada today.

In the face of the on-going ethnic cleansing of Palestine, attacks and persecution of Muslim and Arab communities in the U.S. and Canada, and on-going attacks against the rights of other communities and immigrants, we assert a commitment to uphold the rights inherent to all people against the application of “never again” to only a few.

“The memory of the Jewish Holocaust should not be kept isolated from other atrocities in history. To remember what happened to the six million Jews … serves no important purpose unless it arouses indignation, anger, action against all atrocities, anywhere in the world.” ~ Howard Zinn


Other speakers included in this tour are Osama Abu-Irshaid, Hedy Epstein, and more. Please visit to find out in which events Dr. Bazian will be participating.

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About Dr. Hajo G. Meyer:

Meyer was born in Bielefeld, Germany, in 1924. In 1939, at the age of 14, he fled alone to Holland to escape the Nazi regime. After the Germans occupied that country, he was captured by the Gestapo in 1944, and survived ten months in Auschwitz. After the war, he studied theoretical physics and became a researcher at Philips Research Laboratories in Eindhoven. He received his Ph.D. in 1956, and in 1974 became managing director of the lab. Retiring in 1984, he became a maker of violins, selling his instruments to professional musicians. He has devoted himself full-time to his work as an activist and essayist.

Sponsored By: American Muslims for Palestine, the International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network and the Middle East Children’s Alliance,

Endorsed by: Coalition for Palestinian Rights, Middle East Peace Now, Minnesota Break the Bonds Campaign, Women Against Military Madness – Middle East Committee, National Lawyers Guild, Jewish Voice for Peace – TC, Opposed to War and Occupation

For more information about the tour and the speakers, go to or call 888.404.4267