$20 per ticket
3349 North Halsted Street
Chicago, IL 60657
Learn more about the Museum’s work in understanding the Nazi persecution of homosexuals and other marginalized groups during the Holocaust. Featured speaker Danny M. Cohen will discuss his research on the lesser-known victims of the Holocaust, including members of the homosexual community, persons with disabilities, and the Roma.
Danny M. Cohen
Assistant Professor, School of Instruction and Social Policy, Northwestern University
Dr. Danny M. Cohen is the grandson of a Holocaust survivor, the author of the novel TRAIN (which voices stories of unheard victims of Nazism), the founder of the nonprofit UNSILENCE, which break taboos of human rights, and a professor at Northwestern University specializing in Holocaust memory and education. He was a faculty fellow of the Auschwitz Jewish Center and was an inaugural commissioner of the Illinois Holocaust and Genocide Commission. Originally from London, Danny lives in Chicago with his husband Bernard and their daughter.
The ticket price is $20 in advance, $25 at the door, and includes two cocktails.
The registration deadline is October 26.
Host Committee (in formation, current as of October 4th)
Emily Berman Pevnick
Daniel R. Reinglass
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