RESISTANCE IN THE HOLOCAUST: Against All Odds 


A 3-part (Zoom) program offering from The Center for Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Education of North Carolina & The Holocaust Speakers Bureau. Rabbi Fred Guttman, Instructor 

If you missed our first 2 sessions, you are still welcome to register for the 3rd.


Session 1: Spiritual Resistance (source materials)
October 23, 2022
12–1:30 PM 
This session focused on spiritual 
resistance (art, poetry, humor, music,Oneg Shabbos Archive, prayer). 

Session 2: Moral Resistance (source materials)
October 30, 2022 12–1:30 PM 

This session will focus on moral and cultural resistance (Janusz Korczak, Righteous Among the Nations, Wallenberg, Sugihara, Schindler). 

Session 3: Physical Resistance (source materials)

November 13, 2022 12–1:30 PM 
This session will focus on physical and armed resistance (revolts in Treblinka, Warsaw ghetto, partisans). 

FREE ENROLLMENT 
to Register: 
https://rjm2781.wufoo.com/forms/z1kbmfml1xqxptu/ 

About the Instructor 
Rabbi Guttman has been teaching the history of the Holocaust for 40+ years. He served as the rabbi of Temple Emanuel in Greensboro, NC from 1995 to 2021 and is currently a regional director of March of the Living, an educational program that brings students to Poland, where they explore the remnants of the Holocaust. 

For more information, contact: Florence Link at florencecofnas.link@gmail.com

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Auschwitz Virtual Tour

​Wednesday, January 26th at 5pm EST.


Join us for a unique learning experience about the Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp,

that uses historical footage, Holocaust survivor testimonies, panorama pictures and modern

animation to teach about the world’s most infamous concentration camp.

The group tours are live, led by expert tour guides in Poland.

This program is brought to you in partnership with the Center for Holocaust Education

of the EVJCC and the Center for Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights ​Education

of North Carolina.

$18.00 Space is limited.
Register here: https://jccfed.wufoo.com/forms/auschwitz-virtual-tour/






BETH EL SYNAGOGUE, THE CENTER FOR HOLOCAUST, GENOCIDE, AND HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION OF NC, & THE REGULATOR BOOKSHOP PRESENT:

A VIRTUAL BOOK TALK + Q&A WITH AUTHOR DAN GRUNFELD

Tuesday, March 1st, 2022 @ 7:00 pm ET

"This book is a profound and inspirational reminder of why you should never give up.”

                               - Bernard King, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famer, four-time NBA All-Star

From the grips of the Nazis to the top of the Olympic podium, from the cheap seats to center stage at Madison

Square Garden, from yellow stars to silver spoons, this complex tale traverses the spectrum of the human

experience to detail how perseverance, love, and legacy can survive through generations, carried on the

shoulders of a simple and beautiful game. By the Grace of the Game is a multi-generational family epic

detailing history’s only known journey from Auschwitz to the NBA. 

Written by Dan Grunfeld. Foreword by Ray Allen, NBA Champion and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Council Member.

Register for event Zoom link:  https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0rf-ysrDojGdQHGebLuCpc8vAbGCOswaJj

More information at: WWW.DANGRUNFELD.COM

BOOK AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE AT: THE REGULATOR BOOKSHOP: https://www.regulatorbookshop.com/book/9781629379227


Past Events 2022

The Center for Holocaust, Genocide, and 

Human Rights ​Education of North Carolina 


Holocaust Speakers Bureau 

Yom HaShoah Commemoration
Finding a Safe Haven: A child Refugee’s Long Journey

Sunday April 24, 4:00⎼5:30 PM


Recording of this event available here:
https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/9m68dtu5MdI5YrYj2e_gRm8-R5-2KOIGdQM42DHSW4VLFr45T8KpNtCZrf6VUhyH.a43mX2FtCXzSrjnO


This year's community commemoration will take place at Chapel Hill Kehillah, 1200 Mason Farm Rd, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.

Our honored speaker at this year’s event is internationally acclaimed military and Holocaust historian Professor Gerhard Weinberg. 

Dr. Weinberg was born in Hanover, Germany in 1928 and escaped Nazi Germany with his siblings in 1938. In 1940, his family immigrated to the United States. He will discuss his experiences as a refugee and a new settler in the US.
Please note: Professor Weinberg will participate in this year’s Yom HaShoah commemoration via Zoom from his home in Mebane, NC.  

Sponsored by: Jewish for Good, Kehillah Synagogue, Beth El Synagogue, Judea Reform Congregation, Orthodox Kehillah, Chabad of Durham/Chapel Hill, Kol Haskalah, Congregation Etz Chayim