Film Screenings, and More
Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center’s special conversation with Cheryl Hecht, the daughter of Holocaust survivor David Hochstein, at Union Terminal on May 7, at 11 a.m., in
The 2023 annual Stephen and Lusia Hornstein Lecture on the Holocaust and the Human Spirit at historic Union Terminal featured speaker Cynthia Miller-Idriss — an award-winning author and scholar of
Holocaust Survivor Al Miller celebrates and reflects as he turns 100 years old.
Join us for a conversation with local professionals, who will facilitate an important, relevant discussion about antisemitism today and how you can take a stand against it.
This event was part of the Roma and Sam Kaltman Institute on Teaching the Holocaust. Mark Celinscak, PhD, is the Louis & Frances Blumkin Professor of Holocaust & Genocide Studies
This event was part of the Roma and Sam Kaltman Institute on Teaching the Holocaust. Biography: Rachael Cerrotti is Storyteller-in-Residence at the USC Shoah Foundation.
This program remembers and mourns the six million Jewish victims of the Holocaust and honors the survivors. It is simply not enough to remember, but it is vital that we
Why do genocides occur and how can analyzing genocide prevent future violence? Over the past few decades, researchers have analyzed why genocides occur in an effort to prevent future violence.
Studying the Holocaust raises more questions than answers. We continue to seek knowledge from this tragic event to help us navigate the present and secure a better future. Join us