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Time: March 21, 2019, 7:00 p.m.–9:30 p.m. PDT

Ticket: Free, Registration Required

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Location: Contemporary Jewish Museum
Goldman Hall
736 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
United States

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  • French children wait in line for assistance from the Unitarian Service Committee in France, circa 1939–1941. Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
  • French children wait in line for assistance from the Unitarian Service Committee in France, circa 1939–1941. Unitarian Universalist Service Committee

The rise of National Socialism in Germany and the ensuing terror raised profound theological and ethical questions for people of all faiths.

Join us for a program that will examine the various responses of American faith communities and how their leaders’ actions inspired others and whose legacies still live on today.

Speakers
Michael Berenbaum, PhD, Professor of Jewish Studies and Director of the Sigi Ziering Holocaust Institute, American Jewish University
Suzanne Brown-Fleming, PhD, Director, International Academic Programs, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Stephen R. Haynes, PhD, Professor of Religious Studies, Rhodes College

Moderator
Rabbi Peretz Wolf-Prusan, Chief Program Officer and Senior Educator, Lehrhaus Judaica

A reception will follow from 8:30–9:30 p.m.

Public parking nearby

Join the conversation online using #AskWhy and #USHMM

This program is free and open to the public but reservations are required.

For more information, please contact the Western Regional Office at 310.556.3222 or western@ushmm.org.

 

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