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Jewish Memory and this Moral Moment

Conference and Commemoration on Yom HaShoah 5782

Jewish Memory and this Moral Moment


May 9, 2022

An experiential gathering of Holocaust remembrance that weaves together poetry, prayer, song, survivor testimonies, and audience participation.

May 9, 2022

After decades of fearing that we would forget the horrors of our past, is it possible that we remember our history all too well but feel powerless to act on its lessons?

May 9, 2022

Justin Pines, Dara Horn, Avram Mlotek, Nicole Lieberman

We paused to commemorate the day and to honor those persecuted during the Holocaust.

May 9, 2022

What does Holocaust memory demand of us? How does the dwindling of the number of living Holocaust survivors impact our responsibility?

May 9, 2022

Tal Becker, Abigail Pogrebin, Elana Broitman, Mark Hetfield

What is the relationship between memory and action? Can we harness collective memory of past traumas to mobilize large-scale response in times of crisis?

Apr 28, 2022

Weaving survivor testimonies, literary texts, music, poetry, and prayer together poignantly commemorates the Holocaust in an engaging communal way

Apr 26, 2022

Justin Pines, Abigail Pogrebin

Justin Pines joins host Abigail Pogrebin to discuss the pioneering concept of Hitkansut, a new ritual for Yom HaShoah.

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