GENOCIDE AND HOLOCAUST EDUCATION PROGRAM
Memory in the Living Room (Adapted from the Hebrew, Zikaron BaSalon)
Survivors of the Holocaust and Bosnian and Armenian Genocides, and survivors’ descendants, share their personal and powerful stories in intimate settings across campus.
Four locations for each of the conversations are listed in the link and QR code. Space is limited. Please RSVP to one or two of the locations by April 1st. You will receive a confirmation email.
7:00 PM Refreshments - 7:30 PM Conversations
Monday, April 2
Conversations with first generation Holocaust survivors
Tuesday, April 3
Conversations with second Generation Holocaust and Bosnian Genocide survivors
Wednesday, April 4
"When you listen to a witness, you become a witness"
Third generation Holocaust and Armenian Genocide survivors share personal reflections and ways to keep testimonials alive for future generations.
RSVP Link - bit.do/RSVPmemoryintheLR or www.bit.do/RSVPmemoryintheLR
For more information about the full program visit: CAWC Calendar of events.
The Genocide and Holocaust Education program is sponsored by the Center for American and World Cultures and the Department of History Holocaust Education fund with support from Hillel Association of Jewish Students; Hillel Foundation at Miami University; Hillel International; the Holocaust and Humanities Center in Cincinnati; and in partnership with the Department of Anthropology; the Latin American, Latino/a, and Caribbean Studies Program and the Department of Global and Intercultural Studies.