Professor Ernst Borinski teaches in the Social Science Lab at Tougaloo College in Mississippi in 1960. Ernst Borinski Collection, Tougaloo College Civil Rights Collection, Mississippi Department of Archives and History
Film Screening and Discussion
Join the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the National Museum of American Jewish History for a film screening that will explore the encounter between two groups targeted by oppression, brutality, and forced segregation who were brought together by World War II and racism in their societies.
Having escaped Nazi Germany in the 1930s, Jewish scholars arrived in the United States only to face antisemitism at major universities. Many secured jobs at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in the South where they formed a special bond with students and communities.
A panel discussion will follow the film screening.
Ivy L. Barsky, CEO and Gwen Goodman Director, National Museum of American Jewish History, Former Deputy Director, Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust
Charles L. Chavis Jr., PhD, Assistant Professor for Conflict Resolution and History, George Mason University
Rebecca Dupas, Coordinator, Community Partnerships, Youth and Community Initiatives, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Steven Fischler, Producer, From Swastika to Jim Crow
Edna Friedberg, PhD, Historian, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Join the conversation online using #USHMM
This program is free and open to the public but reservations are required.
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