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Join the Neuberger by supporting HEW 2020. Together, we can learn from the past to create a better future.

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NOW MORE THAN EVER, WE MUST REMEMBER OUR PAST IN ORDER TO TRANSFORM OUR FUTURE.

Since 1982, Holocaust Education Week (HEW) has engaged generations of students and the public in learning about the Holocaust. HEW has grown to be an internationally recognized best practice in Holocaust education. Thoughtful and pedagogically sound programming that remembers the past while helping build a strong, civil society that dispels antisemitic and racist myths has been a hallmark of HEW.

Holocaust Education Week 2020 will continue this important legacy.

Despite the challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic, Neuberger’s transformative online activities will inspire, educate, and recognize the remarkable contributions of Holocaust survivors while compelling us to contribute to an inclusive society for all Canadians.

Join the Neuberger as custodians of this legacy by supporting HEW 2020. Together, we can learn from the past to create a better future.

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A Kultura Collective Member

Start Date November 2, 2020

Closing Date November 9, 2020

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Downtown Toronto

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