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Hundreds of thousand Rohingya have fled persecution and violence in Burma

Mounting Evidence of Genocide

Hundreds of thousand Rohingya have fled persecution and violence in Burma

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Sights and Sounds of Sephardic Jews before the Holocaust

Thursday, January, 18, 2018
6:30 p.m., Embassy of Greece,
Washington, DC

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s diverse collection includes Ladino music recordings and original films depicting prewar Jewish life in Kastoria, Greece. During this free program, Museum staff will present film clips and historical recordings of Greek Ladino repertoire.

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