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January 2022

Lunch and Learn with Dr. Dan Leshem

January 27 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Online, FL United States + Google Map

The Holocaust and Our Search for Meaning Discussion with Dr. Dan Leshem As we mark 76 years since the liberation of Auschwitz, why is it that antisemitism and Holocaust memory remain ever-present in our daily lives? Will the past ever end? How can we move forward? Utilizing survivor testimony, we will explore the possibility of living with trauma, making meaning of the past, and finding hope in the future. Register in Advance for this Meeting: holocaustresources.org/lunch-learn After Registering, You will…

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February 2022

We Share the Same Sky: A Conversation with Author

February 03 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Midtown Reader, 1123 Thomasville Road
Tallahassee, FL 32303 United States
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All are Welcome to Join Us for this Special Evening of Conversation About Storytelling and the Ways History Intertwines with Our Present Lives. Webinar Registration (Click Here): holocaustresources.org/book-zoom Rachael Cerrotti is an award-winning author, photographer, educator and audio producer. Her work explores the intergenerational impact of war and the inheritance of memory. She is currently the Inaugural Storyteller in Residence for USC Shoah Foundation where she produces and co-hosts The Memory Generation podcast. In 2019, Rachael released her first podcast…

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March 2022

Witness to History: The Holocaust Remembered by Florida Survivors

March 15 - April 30
Tallahassee Community College Center for Workforce Development, 444 Appleyard Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32304 United States
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An Original Exhibition of the Florida Holocaust Museum Throughout World War II, government and community leaders, and ordinary people made ethical choices based on their circumstances, personal morality, or political forces. The Nazis carried out their plans to murder European Jews and others, while some individuals, groups, and governments chose, at great risk, to protect and rescue those who were targeted. Thousands of others chose to participate in the Nazis' racist schemes while most people did nothing, although they were…

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