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PROVIDENCE – On June 23, a socially-distanced and vaccinated crowd of about 70 people gathered at the Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Education Center for its 2021 Annual Meeting, SBHEC’s … more
If this were a normal year, the third week of April would have seen a couple thousand Rhode Island middle and high school students come together over two days at the Showcase Theater in Warwick for … more
Imagine that you bought a new home for your family. Moving day comes, with all of its attendant excitement and anxiety. You bring in and set up all of your things to make this house … more
In September, the Artists Cooperative Gallery of Westerly (ACGOW), 14 Railroad Ave.,  will celebrate peace, and honor those who experienced World War II, under the banner of “Peace, … more
On June 9, more than 125 women came together for the Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Education Center’s annual fundraising card party. The event, held at the Ledgemont Country Club, in Seekonk, was hosted by longtime SBHEC volunteer Sandra Bornstein. The fundraiser featured lunch, an afternoon of playing canasta and mahjong, and plenty of time to socialize. more
The biographical movie “Persona Non Grata,” about a Japanese diplomat who saved thousands of Jews during the Holocaust, will be shown at the Alliance’s Dwares Jewish Community … more
PROVIDENCE – In recognition of Armenian Independence Day (Sept. 21), the Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Education Center partnered with The Genocide Education Project to present the film … more
How do we tell our children about the worst crime of the 20th century – the Holocaust? What is the right age to tell them how the Nazis systematically murdered two-thirds of European Jewry, … more
Situated on the banks of the Providence Riverwalk between the World War I and World War II memorials, the Rhode Island Holocaust Memorial serves a dual purpose: it honors the 6 million Jews who … more
Wednesday, July 21, dawned as a beautiful summer morning, the kind of day when most Rhode Islanders would go to the beach if they could. Instead, approximately 125 women went to Ledgemont Country … more
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