The daughter of Holocaust survivors and recent immigrants, Ani Tuzman grew up in a world darkened not only by her parents’ unfathomable grief and rage, but also by the bewildering bigotry of her American neighbors, schoolmates, and teachers.
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Do conspiratorial beliefs generate antisemitism, or does antisemitism generate conspiratorial beliefs?
This lecture addresses the operationalization of silence following October 7th – both for the Israelis who endured October 7th and Jews in the diaspora.
A night to honor Gratz’s unparalleled commitment to combatting contemporary antisemitism: the launch of the country’s first M.A. in Antisemitism Studies
Dr. Feinberg's lecture navigates us through the post-10/7 antisemitism landscape.
President Eleff shares a Hanukkah message inspired by Eric Mandell, Solomon Grayzel, and the seasonal melody Maoz Tzur.
President Eleff shares a Thanksgiving message inspired by a thoughtful poem by Dr. Lena Allen-Shore.
President Eleff offers a Sukkot message about the importance of educating young people.
“The fabric of my life changed when I found those letters,” recalled Gratz.
Allie Resnick, 37, prides herself on staying curious. Not just for herself, but to further what she’s passionate about — the field of education.
In commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Weitzman is screening "Rebuilt from Broken Glass".
Sephardic Heritage International organizes this annual event to remember all those who perished and to honor our survivors.
The Canadian Society of Jewish Studies/la Société canadienne des études juives - CSJS/SCEJ -- is excited to circulate the attached Call for Papers.
We invite the community to join us for the virtual launch of the Hear Our Voices: Survivors Share their Stories of Trauma and Hate project on November 24, 2022, at 7:00 pm est.