Battling Indifference: How We Teach the Holocaust

Gratz College is sharing an online teach-in opportunity all day November 6th, to which REA members are thoroughly welcomed!

To kickoff the Holocaust Teach-In’s day of learning, Elisha Wiesel and the Honorable Irwin Cotler will discuss the importance of Holocaust education for protecting human rights and preventing mass atrocity. Join President Zev Eleff, moderator Randi Boyette of the Philadelphia ADL, and the Tuzman family in-person at Gratz College. Boyette will engage Wiesel and Cotler, who will be joining remotely, on the challenges and opportunities for leadership in today’s world.

Through community leadership and social justice advocacy, Wiesel carries on the legacy of his late father, Elie Wiesel (Nobel laureate and author of Night). As Founder and International Chair of the Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights, and Canada’s Special Envoy on Preserving Holocaust Remembrance and Combatting Antisemitism, Cotler has served as one of the world’s leading human rights advocates.

More details on the rest of the day and how to register to receive the links is available online.

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