Screening of the film, “Eva: A-7063,” with comments by Alex Kor and filmmaker Ted Green
Join Auschwitz survivor, Frank Grunwald, and film director, Ashton Gleckman, for the Indianapolis JCC screening of We Shall Not Die Now, a documentary chronicling the Holocaust featuring interviews with over two dozen survivors and liberators.
The International Holocaust Remembrance Program will feature Dr. Sabine Hildebrandt from Harvard Medical School speaking about the ethics of using anatomical research conducted by Nazis on concentration camp victims.
Some guests shared memories of Hanukkahs past with an IndyStar reporter. They recounted years of deprivation, war and life as Jews in a country in which they could not freely practice their religion.
This year’s program will coincide with Kristallnacht, which will provide an important opportunity to raise awareness for this catalytic event
The late Eva Kor left behind more than a radical philosophy of unilateral forgiveness. She created CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center an organization that would carry on her legacy of engaging new generations about the moral meaning of evil and genocide.
No other genocide connected science and inhumanity the way the Holocaust did. How does that shape medical ethics today?
Join Rabbi Dennis Sasso and his guest Julia Muney Moore for conversation, humor, and spirits at Cocktail Judaism at Congregation Beth-El Zedeck.
"This is the United States of America, not Nazi Germany," Mayor Brainard said. "Every patriotic American must speak out against intolerance. And we must speak out every day, whenever we see it."
Everyone should feel a need to participate. The Holocaust wasn't only a Jewish tragedy — it was a human tragedy
Featuring presentations and a testimonial by Rwanda Genocide survivor Kizito D. Kalima and Holocaust survivor Eva Kor.
In 2015 we have several opportunities to learn from this murderous tragedy, organized by several different groups. We think you should try to attend them all.