This Pride Month, learn about Frieda Belinfante, one of Europe’s first female conductors and a Jewish lesbian, and painter Willem Arondeus, the gay leader of this group of artists turned resisters.
There are around 6,000 people in the world today who owe their lives to Nicholas Winton.
Presented by the Museum of Tolerance: Meet author Julie Metz and hear her mother’s extraordinary story. Then, join the conversation moderated by Museum Director, Liebe Geft.
“The House on Wannsee Street: Memoirs of a German Jewish Family” Film and Post Film Discussion with the filmmaker Poli Martinez Kaplun and her mother in conversation with Avi Ben Hur.
Join the USHMM to commemorate World Refugee Day and honor diplomats who dared to take great risks to offer refuge and save lives.
“Hidden Histories: What Digital Technology Reveals about Jews and Germans in Occupied Kraków” presented by the USHMM.
The Holocaust Center for Humanity presents: “The History of Anti-Asian Hatred and the WWII Japanese-American Incarceration with Tom Ikeda”.
“We Were Strangers” is the true story of Magda Preiss, a breathtaking masterpiece of Holocaust literature, composed in her own words upon arriving in America in the 1940s.
The Bielski Partisans bravely achieved the largest armed rescue of Jews by Jews during the Holocaust and have grown to tens of thousands of descendants around the world.
Watch the film “Complicit” and engage in a post-film discussion with the filmmaker Robert Krakow in conversation with SS St. Louis Passengers, Sonja Geismar and Eva Wiener.
Attorney, author and activist Benjamin Ferencz, age 102, was the Chief Prosecutor for the United States in The Einsatzgruppen Case, which the Associated Press called “the biggest murder trial in history.”
Watch the incredible life story of former Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin play out in this captivating documentary.
Leading international scholars of the Holocaust and Genocide will highlight women rescuers and resisters in daily life, in ghettos, forests, labor and death camps, including Jewish and non-Jewish women professionals and partisans.
Presented by Syracuse University, Dr. Robert Williams will discuss “Understanding and Responding to Antisemitism”.
Plunder: A Memoir of Family Property and Nazi Treasure shares the incredible story of how Menachem Kaiser, the grandson of Holocaust Survivors, fought to reclaim his family’s property in Sosnowiec, Poland.
Join Dr. Lisa Leff and Dr. Jonathan Brent, Executive Director and CEO of the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, for a discussion about Szajkowski’s story, the documents he stole, and what it all means for those interested in preserving the past today.
Polish-born Leo Melamed was only eight years old when he landed in Kobe, Japan.
The Holocaust Documentation & Education Center is pleased to share the following opportunity from Liberation75. Program: "75 Years of Powerful...
The Holocaust Documentation & Education Center is pleased to share the following lecture series "Pogroms and Riots: Anti-Black and Anti-Jewish...
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.