Event Title

Never Again: Understanding Antisemitism and the Holocaust in History and Today: (Part 3: Artifacts and Memorialization)

Date and Time

November 17, 2022, 6:30pm-7:30pm CDT

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17-11-2022 6:27 PM

End Date

27-11-2022 7:30 PM

Location

ONLINE via Zoom (registration required)

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free and open to the public (registration required below)

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The Holocaust is perhaps the most important and devastating moment in recent history. Over six million Jewish people and six million Soviet citizens, and many others were the murdered by a genocidal regime between 1932 and 1945. More than 75 years later, incidents of antisemitism in the United States are on the rise. This three-part series examines the history of antisemitism (Sep 22 with Laura Zelle), the Holocaust (Oct 27 with Ethan Roberts), and the effort to historically document these events through artifacts and memorialization (Nov 17 with Jonathan Edelman).

Jonathan Edelman is Curatorial assistant at the Capital Jewish Museum in Washington, D.C. and former Curatorial Assistant for the Film, Oral History, and Recorded Sound Department at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Organized and sponsored by Wisdom Ways Center for Spirituality in collaboration with the Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas (JCRC) and cosponsored by the Jay Phillips Center for Interreligious Studies at the University of St. Thomas.

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Nov 17th, 6:27 PM Nov 27th, 7:30 PM

Never Again: Understanding Antisemitism and the Holocaust in History and Today: (Part 3: Artifacts and Memorialization)

ONLINE via Zoom (registration required)

The Holocaust is perhaps the most important and devastating moment in recent history. Over six million Jewish people and six million Soviet citizens, and many others were the murdered by a genocidal regime between 1932 and 1945. More than 75 years later, incidents of antisemitism in the United States are on the rise. This three-part series examines the history of antisemitism (Sep 22 with Laura Zelle), the Holocaust (Oct 27 with Ethan Roberts), and the effort to historically document these events through artifacts and memorialization (Nov 17 with Jonathan Edelman).

Jonathan Edelman is Curatorial assistant at the Capital Jewish Museum in Washington, D.C. and former Curatorial Assistant for the Film, Oral History, and Recorded Sound Department at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Organized and sponsored by Wisdom Ways Center for Spirituality in collaboration with the Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas (JCRC) and cosponsored by the Jay Phillips Center for Interreligious Studies at the University of St. Thomas.