Keyword: Holocaust
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Black Oak Ensemble, a string trio boasting three of Chicago’s most enterprising and dynamic chamber musicians, makes its Newport debut at The Breakers on July 6 at 8 p.m. with an evening of … more
PROVIDENCE – The Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Education Center is looking forward to its next chapter, with Wendy Joering as the new executive director. Joering comes to the SBHEC with new … more
Cold cases stick in the craw of our social conscience, and for good reason. When it comes to something as sweeping, systematic and chilling as the Holocaust, though, responsibility and horror are … more
(JTA) – It has been 77 years since Nazi collaborators marched György Bánhidi and his family from their spacious home in Budapest into the city’s Jewish ghetto. But Bánhidi, who is now 84, remembers even the tiniest details from that short trip to a place where he endured months of hunger, and the trauma of watching his mother give up her hope of ever surviving. … more
Not many people can say they have touched as many parts of the Rhode Island Jewish community as has May-Ronny Zeidman. From her years at the Women’s Division of the then Jewish Federation of … more
As Jews, many of us can still feel the pain and agony that our families suffered during the Holocaust. We know of the hatred, the bullying, the beatings they endured. We can imagine how they felt … more
For Cumberland resident Stuart Freiman, collecting Judaica is both a passion and a deeply personal pursuit. His books of Jewish ephemera – those not-meant-to-be-kept items such as official … more
Those who doubt how much Holocaust awareness will be raised by the mandate to teach about the Holocaust and genocide in Rhode Island’s middle and secondary schools should familiarize themselves … more
Holocaust education can play a major role in making both students and adults more aware of the genocide, say two educators with experience in the field. Paula Olivieri, the education coordinator … more
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