The Neuberger @ Home

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May 12, 2020

neuberger at home

The Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre understands how important Holocaust education, memory, and remembrance are, not only for the Jewish community, but for Canadian society as a whole. We also understand how difficult these times are for people struggling to find relevant, engaging content and community in isolation.

That’s why we are pleased to announce our Neuberger @ Home series: over the next few months, we will launch a variety of digital programs designed to stimulate and inspire. From movie screenings to our Anne Frank Reading Project, along with special guest speakers and learning sessions, there’s something for everyone with the Neuberger @ Home. 

Learn more at holocaustcentre.com

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