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- Adult Learning
Remote: Rescuing Hope: An Intergenerational Exploration of the Holocaust
- Sunday, March 15
- 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
- Fee: $50
- Program Leader: Rabbi Philip Sherman & Debbie Kardon, Holocaust Educator
The event will take place remotely. To participate, please contact Rabbi Philip Sherman.
Participants of all ages are invited to participate in this intergenerational seminar that will draw from our Jewish tradition of sharing stories (our own and those who witnessed the Holocaust first-hand) to identify lessons that can help us build our community and future together. Exploring experiences of anti-Semitism, resistance, and resilience during the darkest period of our history with a diverse group of learners from three or four generations will foster meaningful, multifaceted discussion, giving rise to different perspectives that will deepen our shared learning.
This workshop is appropriate for seniors, empty nesters, parents, young adults, and teens (grades 7-12),
Dates: January 5, 12, 26, February 9, March 1, 15, 29*, April 5, 21**
*March 29 – day of travel to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.
**April 21 – TBE Yom HaShoah Observance
Fee: We expect a program grant to cover all costs associated with this seminar, including travel costs for our trip to Washington, DC. In the event of unexpected increases or surcharges which exceed our budget, an additional supplement may be charged.
Learn more & register (by November 1, 2019): Rabbi Philip Sherman
TBE is grateful to be a participant in the Better Together Program.