Pre-Recorded Webinars

Dr. Miriam Klein Kassenoff, Child Survivor and Holocaust Educator, Shares Her Story (4/22/20)

In this 1-hour webinar, Dr. Miriam Klein Kassenoff discusses her experience of fleeing, hiding, and running as a small child from Nazi-occupied Slovakia and Hungary.

Dr. Miriam is a child Holocaust survivor and Holocaust education expert. Dr. Miriam serves as the Director of Holocaust Studies at the University of Miami and the Education Specialist for Miami-Dade County Public Schools. She shares her story as a means of connecting with students, parents, and educators around the importance of remembrance and comprehensive Holocaust education.

This webinar is appropriate for children ages 14 and older.

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A Conversation on Antisemitism Today by Deborah Lipstadt (5/14/20)

Sometimes called the oldest hatred, the roots of contemporary antisemitism stretch back millennia. Using excerpts from Dr. Deborah Lipstadt’s April 29th recorded conversation with the US Holocaust Memorial Museum to structure their conversation. Dr. Miriam Klein Kassenoff and our Executive Director, Eszter Kutas, share their thoughts, life experiences, and knowledge around antisemitism in the United States and in Europe.

Dr. Miriam Klein Kassenoff is a Child Holocaust Survivor and Director of The University of Miami Holocaust Institute and the Curriculum Specialist Miami Dade County Schools.

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Socially Distant Kabbalat Shabbat (6/19/20)

Join us for this pre-recorded socially-distant Shabbat celebration. Featuring students and faculty from Jack M Barrack Hebrew Academy.

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A Conversation on Hope with 3 Rabbis

What can Jewish tradition teach us about hope? In this webinar, 3 rabbis discuss their differing perspectives on hope, and perseverance despite struggle and difficulty. Learn about Jewish text as well as custom, and how rabbis from 3 different regions from 3 movements of Judaism perceive the Jewish responsibility to continue working for the good of the community, even when presented with extraordinary obstacles.

Rabbi Hirshi Sputz, Chabad of Fairmount, Philadelphia, PA
Rabbi Abby Jacobson, Emanuel Synagogue, Oklahoma City, OK
Rabbi Dan Fink, Congregation Ahavath Beth Israel, Boise, ID
Moderated by Dan Prinzing, Executive Director of the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights

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