$250 per person
Boston Public Library, Guastavino Room
700 Boylston Street (Dartmouth Street entrance)
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
On the occasion of the Museum’s 25th year, Dr. Edna Friedberg will discuss the institution’s depth, reach, and growing relevance in today's world. Dr. Friedberg, a historian, will connect Holocaust history with social, cultural, and political issues today, such as the new law in Poland criminalizing perceived attacks on Polish history and the rise of white-nationalist and far-right movements. She will discuss the global and domestic rise of extremism and hatred, as well as government responses. Examining these trends through the lens of history, Dr. Friedberg will assess the dangers of the current environment and how to best address them.
Dr. Edna Friedberg, Historian and Director of Strategic Relationships, Levine Institute for Holocaust Education, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Tickets are $250 per person. The $250 ticket price is 100% tax deductible. Sponsorship information and opportunities to purchase tables are available on the next page.
RSVP by May 25.
Event Chairs (in formation)
Event Sponsors (in formation)
Deborah and Ron Feinstein
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