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Uprooting Prejudice: Faces of Change

Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center 851 North Maitland Ave., Maitland, FL

When someone faces an act of antisemitism, racism, or any form of identity-based hate, whether it results in death or not, there is an uprising of many emotions. We felt it was important to bring the human experience of the aftermath to our museum. In the days immediately following one brutal event, photographer John Noltner […]

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Film: Children of the Inquisition

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The Orlando Museum of Art and the Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Florida are pleased to present a free film! "Children of the Inquisition: Their Story Can Now […]

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Film Discussion: Director of Children of the Inquisition

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Meet Joseph Lovett, Writer, Director & Producer of "Children of the Inquisition: Their Story Can Now Be Told". About Joseph Lovett: Joseph Lovett is a Peabody Award-winning filmmaker whose work […]

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Yom HaShoah Commemoration: Journey of Conscience

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Marc Pollick developed “Journey of Conscience” to travel with students, teachers, and Holocaust Survivors to Auschwitz, Majdanek, Terezin, and other concentration camps in the 1980s. The groups traveled through Prague, […]

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Strategies For Action: Furthering Fair Housing

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Join us for a live virtual conversation with Sarah Elbadri and Yetzenia Negron. April is National Fair Housing Month. The Fair Housing Act was made law roughly 50 years ago […]

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In My Own Words with Judith Rapp Hara

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Join us for a live virtual conversation with Judith Rapp Hara! Judith Rapp Hara is the daughter of Holocaust Survivors, Ernest and Sylvia Rapp. Her book “Journey: The Story of […]

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Strategies for Action: Not Your Typical Asians

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Join us for this live virtual event featuring Mary Choi Robinson and Rachel Luce-Hitt. Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a rise in the reporting of […]

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In My Own Words with Claire Soria

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In 1940, Claire Soria was only 5 years old when the Germans invaded Belgium. She remembers watching the Nazi troops and tanks parading through the streets of Brussels a few […]

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In My Own Words with Barbara Winton, Daughter of Sir Nicholas Winton

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There are around 6000 people in the world today who owe their lives to Nicholas Winton. They are the descendants of a group of refugee children rescued by him from the Nazi threat in 1939. One of those people is Kim Masters, editor-at-large of The Hollywood Reporter and host of KCRW’s The Business. Her parents […]

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In My Own Words With Inge Koele

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Join us for a live virtual conversation with Inge Koele! Inge Koele was born in Banberg, Germany in 1927. Her parents sent her to Switzerland during the Holocaust, and then to England where she finished high school & got a degree to become a teacher. During the British occupation of Germany after the war, she […]

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Rescheduled: In My Own Words with Silvia Foti

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Join us for a live virtual conversation with Silvia Foti, author of "The Nazi’s Granddaughter". What would you do if you found out that your war-hero grandfather was not a hero—instead, he was responsible for the deaths of eight thousand Jews? "The Nazi’s Granddaughter: How I Discovered My Grandfather Was a War Criminal" is Silvia […]

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In My Own Words with Laszlo Selly

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The Holocaust Center is proud to partner with Next Generations to present In My Own Words with Holocaust Survivor Laszlo Selly. Laszlo Selly’s story begins in Budapest, Hungary. He distinctly […]

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In My Own Words with Holocaust Survivor, Leon

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Leon was 10 years old in 1941 when the Nazis invaded his hometown of Czernowitz, Romania, now Ukraine. He and his family were deported to a ghetto, surviving enormous hardships […]

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Gentle BeMoved – Dance Class

FL, United States

Gentle BeMoved is designed to improve strength, balance, and flexibility and is tailored to participants with limited mobility due to age, health, or injury. Mondays at 1 PM in the Lounge Classes begin with a seated warm-up, and upright dancing can be modified for seating if necessary. The course covers a wide range of dance […]