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 3G@HMLA: Exploring Intergenerational Trauma
 3G@HMLA: Exploring Intergenerational Trauma

Tue, Apr 12


Holocaust Museum LA

3G@HMLA: Exploring Intergenerational Trauma

How is trauma passed between generations? How do we heal trauma experienced by our ancestors? Ryan Weiss will guide a discussion on what is trauma, how it impacts us daily, and how we begin to heal.

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Time & Location

Apr 12, 2022, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Holocaust Museum LA, 100 The Grove Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90036, USA


Ryan Weiss has dedicated his life's work to creating safe spaces for people both personally and professionally. As a Coach, his passion is helping others explore spirituality, health, and creativity in order to grow deeper in connection with themselves, others, and the world around them. Ryan’s goal is to provide resources and support to help people love and nurture all parts of themselves — the parts they embrace and respect and the parts they are so passionately seeking to change. Ryan is the founder of Sanctuary and provides One-on-One and Group Coaching, Corporate Speaking and Workshops and Retreats.

3G@HMLA is raising funds to enable the Museum to continue its mission. A suggested donation of $25 will sponsor a student to participate in the Museum’s impactful educational programming.

3G@HMLA is a community for grandchildren of survivors who are helping to shape the future of Holocaust remembrance and education. Our mission is based on memory, education, community, and social action, drawing on our own personal connections as stewards of our grandparents' legacies and the rich resources and support of Holocaust Museum LA.

Our 3G@HMLA group is committed to carrying on our grandparents' stories and legacies which live in our personal histories. It is our responsibility to remember, it is our responsibility to educate, and it is our responsibility to inspire. As a 3G group, we stand for commemorating our past, changing the future, and creating a world of mutual respect.  We teach how hate, discrimination, and prejudices led to one of the worst chapters in human history. The Holocaust was a Jewish tragedy, but also a tragedy for all of humanity. What we do matters, and education helps us to close the gaps that divide us.


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