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Holocaust Family Learning Series: Who Writes Our Story?

Bimonthly Sundays, January 16–February 27, 2022, 4:00–5:30 pm

Virtual Class With In-Person Trip

All teens in grades 9–12 and their adults are invited to join us for a powerful family learning series about the Holocaust and its relationship to our lives as American Jews. Framed through the lens of how we tell our stories, we’ll focus on topics such as the structural systems that allowed the Holocaust to occur, as well as the United States’ involvement in the conflict at the time. Our learning will culminate with a visit to the Museum of Jewish Heritage. Members, please check your email for the registration link. 


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Holocaust Family Learning Series: Who Writes Our Story?

Bimonthly Sundays, January 16–February 27, 2022, 4:00–5:30 pm

Virtual Class With In-Person Trip

All teens in grades 9–12 and their adults are invited to join us for a powerful family learning series about the Holocaust and its relationship to our lives as American Jews. Framed through the lens of how we tell our stories, we’ll focus on topics such as the structural systems that allowed the Holocaust to occur, as well as the United States’ involvement in the conflict at the time. Our learning will culminate with a visit to the Museum of Jewish Heritage. Members, please check your email for the registration link. 


More Holocaust Family Learning Series: Who Writes Our Story? Dates

 

Holocaust Family Learning Series: Who Writes Our Story?

Bimonthly Sundays, January 16–February 27, 2022, 4:00–5:30 pm

Virtual Class With In-Person Trip

All teens in grades 9–12 and their adults are invited to join us for a powerful family learning series about the Holocaust and its relationship to our lives as American Jews. Framed through the lens of how we tell our stories, we’ll focus on topics such as the structural systems that allowed the Holocaust to occur, as well as the United States’ involvement in the conflict at the time. Our learning will culminate with a visit to the Museum of Jewish Heritage. Members, please check your email for the registration link. 


More Holocaust Family Learning Series: Who Writes Our Story? Dates

 

Holocaust Family Learning Series: Who Writes Our Story?

Bimonthly Sundays, January 16–February 27, 2022, 4:00–5:30 pm

Virtual Class With In-Person Trip

All teens in grades 9–12 and their adults are invited to join us for a powerful family learning series about the Holocaust and its relationship to our lives as American Jews. Framed through the lens of how we tell our stories, we’ll focus on topics such as the structural systems that allowed the Holocaust to occur, as well as the United States’ involvement in the conflict at the time. Our learning will culminate with a visit to the Museum of Jewish Heritage. Members, please check your email for the registration link. 


More Holocaust Family Learning Series: Who Writes Our Story? Dates

 

Holocaust Family Learning Series: Who Writes Our Story?

Bimonthly Sundays, January 16–February 27, 2022, 4:00–5:30 pm

Virtual Class With In-Person Trip

All teens in grades 9–12 and their adults are invited to join us for a powerful family learning series about the Holocaust and its relationship to our lives as American Jews. Framed through the lens of how we tell our stories, we’ll focus on topics such as the structural systems that allowed the Holocaust to occur, as well as the United States’ involvement in the conflict at the time. Our learning will culminate with a visit to the Museum of Jewish Heritage. Members, please check your email for the registration link. 


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