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- Sun, Mar 26Holocaust Museum LATeens, ages 13 - 18, are invited to discuss how to identify, combat, and work to end acts of antisemitism in their communities and on social media platforms.
- Thu, Mar 23Holocaust Museum LAJoin us for an opening reception for Who Will Tell Our Stories, an exhibition commemorating the first deportation of Jewish women and girls to Auschwitz-Birkenau from Slovakia.
- Sun, Mar 19Holocaust Museum LAHow did a small group of starving, under-armed, unsupported Jews force German troops to retreat outside the Warsaw Ghetto wall and hold them off for a month?
- Sun, Mar 19Holocaust Museum LAThe Anti-Defamation League's recent audit reported a 34% increase in antisemitic incidents nationwide in 2021. Education is our greatest catalyst for change.
- Wed, Mar 15Holocaust Museum LAJewish children, women, and men fought back – from reciting the Exodus story from memory on Passover to blowing up a crematorium at Birkenau. A program in partnership with StandWithUs.
- Sun, Mar 12Holocaust Museum LAGitta Morris and Monika White were twin sisters born in the Shanghai Jewish Ghetto. They lived there until they were eight years old in 1948, when they immigrated to the United States.
- Thu, Mar 09Holocaust Museum LAHolocaust Museum LA and The Polish Music Center at USC are proud to present Piotr Różański and Grzegorz Mania—two professors of piano from the prestigious Penderecki Music Academy in Kraków, performing piano compositions for four hands from Jewish and Polish composers of the 19th and 20th century.
- Sun, Mar 05Holocaust Museum LAWhen Lea was three and a half years old, her mother placed her and her baby sister in the care of the Dutch Underground. The lived with a loving non-Jewish family until her mother came back.
- Sun, Feb 26Holocaust Museum LATeens, ages 13 - 18, are invited to discuss how to identify, combat, and work to end acts of antisemitism in their communities and on social media platforms.
- Mon, Feb 20Holocaust Museum LAYona was born in Krakow, Poland in 1934. Her family secured her false papers and she lived on a farm under a false identity for most of the war.
- Sun, Feb 19Holocaust Museum LAMartha was born in Szerencs, Hungary in 1925. At 19 years old, she and her family were deported to Auschwitz-Birkenau. Martha was liberated by the British while on a Death March.
- Wed, Feb 15Holocaust Museum LADr. Jackie Feldman, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, will explore the ever-changing dynamics of preserving and honoring memory in the modern age of technology and social media.
- Sun, Feb 05Los AngelesJoe Alexander was born in Kowal, Poland in 1922. He survived 12 concentration camps including Auschwitz-Birkenau and Dachau.
- Sun, Jan 29Holocaust Museum LAEva grew up in Paris, France. After Nazi Germany invaded France in 1940, Eva's family went to the French mountain village of Autrans.
- Thu, Jan 26Los AngelesMarking the liberation of Auschwitz, Holocaust Remembrance Day is a time to reflect on the deep losses of the Holocaust. Our commemoration this year will be in partnership with the Consulate General of Italy and the Italian Cultural Institute.
- Sun, Jan 22Los AngelesFrom the Danube to the Pacific, Reinventing Home: The Artwork of Dave Fox exhibition opening receptionJoin us in celebrating our newest exhibition From the Danube to the Pacific: Reinventing Home: The Artwork of Dave Fox. Fleeing Nazi Vienna in the 1930’s for Los Angeles, artist Dave Fox's paintings tell a story about belonging and reinvention.
- Sun, Jan 15Holocaust Museum LAPaul’s family lived in Wiesbaden for centuries. After Kristallnacht, which Paul remembers vividly, his parents sent him on a Kindertransport to Sweden, where he spent the rest of the war.
- Tue, Jan 10Holocaust Museum LAIn honor of MLK day, join us for a town hall conversation that traces the close allyship of Black and Jewish communities, highlighting some of the remaining challenges in shared struggles against injustice. In partnership with the Southern Christian Leadership Conference of Southern California.
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