Noor Inayat Khan was the daughter of a Sufti Indian father and an American mother, and she grew up in Paris and London.
Dita Kohl, publisher of ERETZ Magazine will conduct a candid conversation with artist Rachel Nemesh about mothers and daughters, second-generation, intimacy and rejection, proximity and distance, – and love.
The Holocaust Documentation & Education Center is pleased to share the following program from the Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide...
Learn how nationalist propaganda and anti-Jewish conspiracy theories converged to persuade women to become key players in the myth of Nazi supremacy.
This program presented by the Sousa Mendes Foundation, shines a light on the brave partisan Faye Schulman, whose photographs are the only visual record of the resistance action of the Polish partisans.
Information Hunters examines the unprecedented American effort to acquire foreign publications and information in World War II Europe.
Arthur Carlos de Barros Basto was a captain in the Portuguese military who was discharged as a Jew despite having been raised as a Catholic.
Life, Legacy and Love Story: The story of Holocaust Survivor and handbag design genius Judith Leiber and modernist artist Gerson Leiber.
A masterwork from acclaimed historian David Nasaw, Arthur M. Schlessinger, Jr. Professor of History Emeritus at the CUNY Graduate School and Pulitzer Prize Finalist, The Last Million tells the gripping yet largely hidden story of post-WWII displacement and statelessness.
Irshad Manji is the winner of Oprah Winfrey’s first annual Chutzpah Award for boldness. As founder of the Moral Courage Project, Irshad equips people to do the right thing in the face of fear.
Join the USHMM to learn about the fight for justice for Holocaust victims and their families and how it informs such efforts in the wake of genocide and mass atrocities today.
This event is part of the 2020-21 Harriet and Kenneth Kupferberg Holocaust Center (KHC) and National Endowment for the Humanities Colloquium entitled, Internment & Resistance: Confronting Mass Detention and Dehumanization.
This program is produced by the Congress for Jewish Culture, Friends of the Bund, Jewish Labor Committee, and Workers Circle in association with the California Institute for Yiddish Culture & Language, Montreal Workers Circle, and the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research.
Join the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust for a celebration of Alfred Kantor’s remarkable life and legacy.
Sunday, April 18, marks the 60th anniversary of the Eichmann Trial, and we are incredibly excited to share the following program from the Association of Jewish Refugees (AJR), 3GNY, & ANU, Museum of the Jewish People, Tel Aviv
This year marks the 45th anniversary of history’s most daring and influential rescue: the 1976 Operation Thunderbolt, during which Israeli commandos liberated more than 100 hostages held by German and Palestinian terrorists in Entebbe, Uganda.
Author Judy Batalion joins the Vilna Shul to talk about her new book, The Light of Days, an unforgettable tale of war, the fight for freedom, exceptional bravery, female friendship, and survival in the face of staggering odds.
As part of our Online Programming opportunities, the Holocaust Documentation & Education Center is pleased to feature all the Holocaust films...
The Holocaust Documentation & Education Center (HDEC) is pleased to share “Commemorating Yom HaShoah Through Arts and the Words of Survivors” from Temple Beth El of Boca Raton.
Cantor Shira Ginsburg explains the making of her one-woman show, sings and bears witness to the incredible journey of her family.
Marlene W. Yahalom, PhD, will present a virtual exhibit including images or original maps, drawings, photographs of the planning stages of Auschwitz, and the original blueprints of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Join Hadar | J.J. Greenberg Institute for the Advancement of Jewish Life to discuss the most important and influential conclusions that thinkers have drawn in the shadow of the Holocaust.
In honor of Yom HaShoah – Holocaust Remembrance Day, Thursday, April 8, the Holocaust Documentation & Education Center is sharing and will feature the following online programs:
20 years after Lengyel’s death in April 2001, join the Museum of Jewish Heritage NYC and The Olga Lengyel Institute for a program exploring her remarkable life and legacy.
“The Accountant of Auschwitz” Panel Discussion is presented by Syracuse Hillel.
Presented by the USHMM: Explore the range of actions young Americans took to speak out and act during the Holocaust.
As the Holocaust Documentation & Education Center continues to feature and offer a wide variety of topics on the Holocaust, today we are adding...
The panel discussion is an exclusive event and gives the opportunity to hear directly from special film participants Dr. Edith Eva Egler and Alan Moskin, and film director Ron Small.
This talk will draw on documents from the JDC Archives and oral history with child survivors to explore not only why family reunification proved so difficult in the immediate postwar period, but also how children subjectively experienced such events.
Join us during Women’s History Month for a live digital program on March 18 about the strength and determination of one young woman to survive the Holocaust and the challenges that women faced then – and still encounter today in war-torn societies.