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September 2020

SFA: Implicit Bias: The Inner Work of Bias and Oppression

September 2, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Free

The bigotry and barriers of systemic oppression are all around us. Many of us consider ourselves to be nice, open-minded people, free of racist thoughts or actions…but it is this very mindset that is dangerous and helps to keep they cycles of oppression going. It is often easier to see the biases and prejudices of others, but it is imperative that we take a hard look within ourselves – regardless of how “good” or “well intended” we are. We must…

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January 2021

Teaching “The Children of Willesden Lane” with Testimony-Based Resources

Wednesday, Jan 20 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Free

Join USC Shoah Foundation, Echoes & Reflections, and the Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center of Florida to learn about our resources for teaching The Children of Willesden Lane books. This professional development will present a unique, meaningful, and flexible approach to teaching The Children of Willesden Lane books. To prepare teachers to teach the historical context, the session will provide a historical overview of the events leading up to the Kindertransport — rising antisemitism, Nazism, and the Kristallnacht Pogrom—…

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February 2021

A Conversation With My Mom: Bernice Lerner & Ruth Mermelstein (nee Rachel Genuth)

Sunday, Feb 7 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Free

Before the word “Holocaust” entered modern parlance, Bernice Lerner learned about her parents’ wartime experiences. But before she learned what they had suffered and endured, she heard stories about their childhoods and post-war years, which seemed adventure-filled. Of course, the ruptures in their lives were more complicated and tragic than she could imagine as a child. In fact, it has taken decades of research for her to gain an understanding of what happened to members of her family. Lerner felt…

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