While the basics of Anne’s life as depicted in her diary are known to many, some of the most noteworthy aspects of this time are not well known …
“To forget would be not only dangerous but offensive; to forget the dead would be akin to killing them a second time.” – Elie Wiesel
Transported to Auschwitz with 1,000 other Slovakian girls in 1942, Helena Citron, the daughter of a cantor, captured the heart of Franz Wunsch, a high-ranking Austrian SS Officer.
Using sources including declassified FBI transcripts, I will tell the stories of Jewish lawyers who participated in the African American civil rights struggle.
The Abayudaya community was founded by a tribal chief who converted himself and many of his followers to Judaism in 1919. One hundred years later, there are nine synagogues in different Ugandan villages, three Jewish schools, and the community continues to grow.
Let’s talk about bad dating stories – a social literary zoom gathering led by Penina Shtauber, author of #ShidduchCrisis.
Limmud eFestival returns on March 21, 2021, BIGGER AND BOLDER than ever before. After a year of virtual conferences, we’re taking our groundbreaking conference to new levels in the new year.
Enjoy leading educators, thought-leaders and change-makers teaching about the most interesting Jewish ideas today. Connect with Jewish community, cultivate your curiosity and expand your horizons, all virtually.
Special discussion with Matchmaker Layla Book, The Dating Concierge and Natalie Cohen, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist.
Dr. Lisa Williams (aka L. Bordetsky-Williams), Professor of Literature at Ramapo College, will discuss her recently published book, Forget Russia (Tailwinds Press, 2020) with Dr. Santamaría Laorden, Associate Professor of Spanish at Ramapo College of New Jersey.
A groundbreaking history of how Jewish women maintained their identity and influenced social activism as they wrote themselves into American history