“Everybody — every human being — has the obligation to contribute somehow to this world”
—Edith Carter, Holocaust Survivor
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Lessons Not Learned:
Exploring Atrocity after the Holocaust
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The Roma and Sam Kaltman
Holocaust Studies for Educators
Responsibility to Protect?:
Exploring America’s Response to the Jewish Refugee Crisis During the 1930s
Presenter: Dr. Dana Herman
Thursday, October 17, 2013 4:30PM – 7:30PM
The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the AJA – 3101 Clifton Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45220
Join The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education, in partnership with the AJA, for our first educator workshop of the 2013-2014 school year! Dr. Dana Herman, academic associate of the AJA and managing editor of the American Jewish Archives Journal, will examine America’s response to the growing Jewish refugee crisis in the 1930s. Participants will have the opportunity to explore the archive and come face-to-face with government records and primary source material from Holocaust-era collections of the AJA. Dr. Herman’s presentation will help us to prepare our students to examine primary source materials and how these documents can provide insight into history-and more importantly, how they can help to make connections to issues of our own day. Participants will receive facsimiles to bring back into their classrooms. Dinner will be served and contact hours are available.
To register or for more information, please contact Alexis Storch at 513.487.3055 or email@example.com.