Citizens salute Hitler while attending a Nazi parade in Nuremberg, Germany, 1937. Courtesy of Shawshots/Alamy Stock Photo
Extremist beliefs and violence are on the rise. White supremacist and other hate groups exploit antisemitic myths, racism, and conspiracy theories often directly inspired by Nazi ideology. When hatred and deception go viral, they can appeal to more mainstream audiences. Holocaust history warns us of the violence that can follow when such threats go unchecked.
Join us in-person or virtually as we discuss the dangers posed when extremist ideas are normalized and what is being done to challenge them. This program is part of our award-winning Stay Connected Live series.
Dr. Edna Friedberg, Historian, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Dr. Arie Kruglanski, Holocaust survivor and distinguished university professor in Psychology at the University of Maryland
Vidhya Ramalingam, Founder and CEO, Moonshot
Please register for this program, which is free and open to the public. Learn more about Stay Connected Live.
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