A Holocaust Survivor's Story: My Friend Abe


Oct 18, 2021 07:00 PM ET

Steve Goldberg will present Abe Piasek’s powerful story of survival during the Holocaust for approximately 60 minutes, followed by a Question and Answer session.

Register to attend Zoom event
:bit.do/myfriendabe

NEXT GENERATIONS


Next Generations is a nonprofit organization founded in 2004 by children of Holocaust Survivors, educators and others who care about social injustice with the vision of empowering future generations to be the messenger for all Survivors and keep their authentic voices alive.

NEXT GENERATIONS is excited to present their fall showcase of events – all on the digital Zoom platform.

All programs are being offered at no cost to you. However, you must register individually for each program. Space is limited, so please RSVP soon.

Current schedule, details, & registration:https://www.nextgenerations.org/showcase-of-events


AMERICANS AND THE HOLOCAUST
October 18, 2021 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Registration is free but required.

Second Generation:Children No Longer
November 4, 2021 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM $18

Hidden Children of the Holocaust
November 17, 2021 12:00 PM $18

Tour of the USHMM:Rescuing the Evidence
December 7, 2021 7:00 PM

BAGELS & BOOKS with Greta Brewer
December 10, 2021 12:00 Noon $18
Due to COVID-19, this event has been changed to a virtual presentation.

BESA:A Code of Honor; Muslim Albanians Who Rescued Jews During The Holocaust
January 25, 2022 7:00 PM $18

18 ENDURING VOICES
February 23, 2022 7:00 PM $18

My Survivor
March 10, 2022 7:00 PM $18

Lessons From Our Parents:From Hate To Kindness
April 20, 2022 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM $18

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The Olga Lengyel Institute for Holocaust Studies and Human Rights


presents the 
TOLI International Art Exhibit 2020: Students View the Holocaust Through Art

Viewable online now:  https://www.toli.us/art-projects/


​Programs: https://www.toli.us/programs/


North Carolina Council on the Holocaust Educator Workshops


Workshops listed here:   https://ncholocaustcouncilworkshops.org/

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Teaching the Holocaust: Innovative Approaches to the Challenges We Face


​​https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/holocaust-teaching/1


Course officially starts October 11, materials available now.


Yad Vashem 3 week self-guided course - learn at your own pace. On every step of the course you can meet other learners, share your ideas and join in with active discussions in the comments.​​​​

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
ushmm.org


Visit the museum’s website for programs: ushmm.org/online-calendar


A Voice of Conscience: Honoring the Life and Legacy of Elie Wiesel

Tuesday, October 12, 7 p.m. ET  (see full description & related events above)
Virtual Program
In-Person Event in Washington, DC
RSVP NOW: https://www.ushmm.org/online-calendar/event/mawieslntlcth1021

This program is free and open to the public in person or online; registration is required.


​​The Holocaust-Era Archives of Pope Pius XII: The State of the Question
Online
October 17, 2021, 2:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m. EDT


Register:
https://www.ushmm.org/online-calendar/event/mchvearchvs1021
This virtual program is free and open to the public, but advance registration is required.


For decades, the Museum and many others have called for the opening of the wartime Vatican archives—16 million pages that could shed light on the actions of Pope Pius XII and his fellow church leaders as millions of Jews and other victims were being murdered across Europe. At last, in 2019, Pope Francis announced they would open in 2020, stating “The Church is not afraid of history.”

Following reflections by Vatican archivist Piero Doria, leading scholars—including the Museum’s Dr. Suzanne Brown-Fleming—will discuss their initial findings and how these documents may lead to a new understanding of this history.

This virtual program is free and open to the public, but reservations are required at ushmm.org/events/popepius. Please register with the email address associated with your Zoom account. 
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Elie Wiesel Carving Dedication Events

https://cathedral.org/eliewiesel/


​To honor Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel’s legacy—defending human rights and combating indifference and intolerance—the Washington National Cathedral added a stone carving of him to its Human Rights Porch in April. The Cathedral and the Museum, in conjunction with the Elie Wiesel Foundation, celebrate Wiesel’s enduring impact as a survivor, teacher, and international voice of conscience.

At this time of rising antisemitism, racism, and group-targeted violence, a reminder of Wiesel’s commitment to the dignity of all people is both timely and necessary. Jon Meacham, the Cathedral’s canon historian, will host leaders across generations in a discussion about Wiesel and the continuing fight for religious freedom, interfaith understanding, and respect for our common humanity.


Registration & details for these events: https://cathedral.org/eliewiesel/


Dedication of the Elie Wiesel Carving
Tuesday, Oct. 12  • 3:30 pm ET


The public is invited to us in dedicating the carving of Elie Wiesel. Framed by Jewish prayers and music, we will bless this carving as a permanent reminder to guard against oppression and indifference for all of God’s children.

Due to space limitations, this dedication is not open to the public but will be streamed live.

















A Voice of Conscience: Honoring the Life and Legacy of Elie Wiesel
Tuesday, October 12, 7 p.m. ET


Virtual Program & In-Person Event in Washington, DC
Public Forum (in-person and online)
Honoring Elie Wiesel
Tuesday, Oct. 12  • 7 pm ET

Together with the US Holocaust Memorial Museum and members of the Wiesel family, join us to celebrate Elie Wiesel’s legacy as a Holocaust survivor, teacher and international voice of conscience. At this time of rising antisemitism, racism, and targeted group violence, a reminder of his commitment to human rights is both timely and necessary. Learn more about the special guests.
This event is open to the public and available in-person or online.


​Public Workshop (online via Zoom)
Antisemitism, Christianity and the Holocaust: Reckoning with the Past and Working in the Present
Thursday, Oct. 14  • 2 pm ET


Explore the long entangled history of antisemitism and Christianity, its implications during the Holocaust, and some of the ways that contemporary theologians, faith leaders and educators address these legacies today. Free and open to the public. Learn more about the speakers.

Upcoming / Ongoing Events

The Center for Holocaust, Genocide, and 

Human Rights ​Education of North Carolina 


Holocaust Speakers Bureau 

First Person: Conversations with Holocaust Survivors


https://www.ushmm.org/watch/first-person

First Person is a monthly (select Wednesdays at 1pmET) hour-long discussion featuring a live interview between journalist Bill Benson and a survivor and including questions from the audience, available on the Museum’s YouTube channel. It is made possible through generous support from the Louis Franklin Smith Foundation, with additional funding from the Arlene and Daniel Fisher Foundation.

Upcoming First Person Conversations at USHMM
Join Holocaust survivors for live First Person conversations as they share their experiences in their own words. By viewing First Person testimony students are exposed to the diversity of experiences of Holocaust survivors.


Wednesday, November 17, 2021 1pm Frank Liebermann
Wednesday, December 15, 2021 1pm Nat Shaffir​


Teaching Guide for First Person: Conversations with a Survivor