AHC Annual Gathering of Remembrance

Alabama Department of Archives and History 624 Washington Avenue, Montgomery, AL, United States

We hope you can join us in observance of Yom HaShoah. Event Flyer                   Please register to attend In-Person or on Zoom...
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Birmingham Yom HaShoah Commemoration 2023

Red Mountain Theatre Arts Campus 1600 3rd Avenue South, Birmingham, AL, United States

Major funding for this program is provided by the Birmingham Jewish Federation This is a free event. REGISTRATION IS CLOSED FOR THIS EVENT Join us for Birmingham's annual Yom HaShoah...
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2023 Daffodil Campaign

The Daffodil Campaign, also known as the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Campaign, is a public history project that seeks to educate the community on the history of the 1943 Warsaw Ghetto...
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Holocaust by Bullets

Levite Jewish Community Center 3960 Montclair Road, Birmingham, United States

Join us along with our partners: the Birmingham Jewish Federation, Hadassah, Jewish Community Relations Council, Knesseth Israel Congregation, Levite Jewish Community Center, Temple Emanu-El, and Temple Beth-El, for a lecture...
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We’ll Meet Again, A Musical Production

Mountain Brook High School Fine Arts Theater 3650 Bethune Drive, Mountain Brook, AL, United States

After sixty-seven years, life is about to come full circle for Henry Stern. Born in Westheim, Germany in 1932, Heinz (Henry) was only 5 years old when his Jewish family...
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Teacher Workshop: Telling Your Story

Alabama Holocaust Education Center 2100 Highland Avenue South, Suite 101, Birmingham, AL, United States

Funding for this workshop is provided by the Birmingham Jewish Foundation   Register Now FREE Registration REQUIRED Open to all AL teachers Substitute reimbursement will be paid up to $100...
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A Priest in a Nazi Collar: German Military Chaplains and the Holocaust

Alys Stephens Center, Reynolds Kirschbaum Recital Hall 1200 10th Ave S, Birmingham, AL, United States

During the Second World War, Christian chaplains accompanied the German army wherever they went, from Poland to France, Greece, North Africa, and the Soviet Union. They were witnesses to atrocity...
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