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Breaking the Silence Around Sexual Violence

In honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Wagner College Holocaust Center took on a topic with very contemporary resonance: sexual assault. International Holocaust Remembrance Day is held on January 27, the anniversary of the liberation of …

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Saviors at Nazi Ground Zero

Steven Spielberg’s “Schindler’s List” introduced the world to the improbable enigma and moral dilemma of a German Nazi Party member who rescued Jews. The combined commercial forces of Spielberg and the Hollywood image-making machine turned …

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Who Will Speak for Them?

A gathering for Second Generation (2G) & Third Generation (3G) Holocaust survivors Click to email Elise at Shalom Connecticut Presented by Holocaust Child Survivors Of Connecticut, Inc. Join us for brunch and conversation with DR. …

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Jacket from Dachau

The Jacket from Dachau

The Jacket from Dachau:One Survivor’s Search for Justice, Identity, and Home In July of 2015, The Harriet & Kenneth Kupferberg Holocaust Center (KHC) was contacted by a vintage clothing dealer about a recent acquisition of …

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What Hate Can do

“Researchers Remember” Book Talk

For descendants of Holocaust survivors who became researchers and scholars, whether they devoted their professional lives to the Holocaust or to other topics, the Holocaust often accompanies their professional lives like a shadow. The new …

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“The Flat” Screening and Discussion

After the death of his grandmother Gerda, director Arnon Goldfinger was responsible for emptying out the Tel Aviv apartment where she lived for seventy years since she and her husband fled Nazi Germany in the 1930s. Goldfinger …

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Be Empowered: Ways To Confront Antisemitism