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The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, based in Washington, DC, is working to keep Holocaust memory alive by inspiring citizens and leaders to confront hatred, prevent genocide, and promote human dignity in our constantly changing world. Museum historian Dr. Edna Friedberg will discuss the depth, reach, and enduring relevance of the work being done, connecting Holocaust history with disturbing social, cultural and political issues today, such as current legislation that criminalizes Holocaust research, as well as the recent rise in white-nationalist and other far-right movements. Examining trends and concerns through the lens of history, Dr. Friedberg will assess the current threat to Holocaust memory and how the Holocaust Museum's programs look to address them.
$8 JCC members and US Holocaust Memorial Museum members, $10 public
Sponsored by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.