- Sun, Dec 04Holocaust Museum LALearn how a ritual can help maximize our well-being by reducing stress and reinforce healthy-living behaviors in this hands-on workshop. All participants will receive a signed copy of Dr. Ricanati's book, Braided, and a braided challah to take home and bake.
- Tue, Nov 29Holocaust Museum LAAfter a leak of racially divisive comments made by Los Angeles political leaders became public last month, our city has been grappling with one of the most difficult challenges we have faced in many years. How does a city as vibrant and diverse as Los Angeles heal our wounds?
- Sun, Nov 27Holocaust Museum LAJoin us in honoring Mizrahi Heritage Month. Joseph Samuels was born in Baghdad, Iraq in 1930 and survived the Farhud massacre in 1941. His story illustrates the wider geographic scope of the Holocaust, which extended beyond Europe.
- Sun, Nov 20Holocaust Museum LAJoin us for this very special survivor talk on Joe Alexander’s 100th birthday.
- Sun, Nov 13Wilshire Boulevard TempleA concert of newly discovered music by Jewish composers whose careers and lives were disrupted or destroyed during the Holocaust. Presented by Wilshire Boulevard Temple and Holocaust Museum LA.
- Thu, Oct 27VirtualHow do elected representatives work together effectively across cultural and political divides to create positive change in our communities? Join Assemblyman Jesse Gabriel, Assemblyman Isaac Bryan, and Senator Dave Min, along with moderator Dan Schnur as they examine caucuses as bridges.
- Tue, Oct 25Holocaust Museum LAA conversation with two leading Jewish voices, author Ben M. Freeman, and activist Eden Cohen.
- Sun, Oct 23Los AngelesLila Nordstrom witnessed 9/11 just blocks away from her classroom window. Lila became an activist when she and her classmates suffered severe health issues in the aftermath of 9/11.
- Thu, Sep 22WebinarThe silence of Pius XII during the Holocaust is no longer the legacy of Jewish-Catholic inter-faith relationship. How did the relationship transform? What have the communities done to commemorate, educate, and inspire a more humane world?