Join us virtually for a unique opportunity to hear from Holocaust survivors about the lessons and legacies of this important history.

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UJA Genesis, UJA’s Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre, UJA’s Israel Engagement, and March of the Living Canada present Living Room Legacies. This two-part event, centred around Holocaust remembrance and education, offers innovative, intimate ways to learn about the history of the Holocaust, share legacies of its survivors, and explore contemporary antisemitism. 
 
Living Room Legacies – Part 1: Join us virtually on January 30th, 2022, in honour of International Holocaust Remembrance Day for a unique opportunity to hear from Holocaust survivors about the lessons and legacies of this important history. Canadian Holocaust survivors will come together to share their messages and hopes for the future of Holocaust education locally and around the globe.

Where: Zoom Webinar (registration required)
When: Sunday, January 30, 2022
Time: 7:00- 8:30 PM EST

Living Room Legacies – Part 2: Join us again in April 2022, in honour of Yom Hashoah to hear unique stories of survival from the Canadian Collection of Holocaust survivor testimony – a special collection of 1200 testimonies. Participants will have the opportunity to host intimate sessions in the comfort of their homes with family, friends and personal networks. More information about how you can become a host will be available in the coming months.

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A Kultura Collective Member

In Partnership with:

UJA Genesis, UJA’s Israel Engagement, and March of the Living Canada

Start Date January 30, 2022

7:30 PM

Virtual

Zoom

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Free

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