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March 2021

Film: Children of the Inquisition

Sunday, Mar 21 - Wednesday, Mar 24
Free

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 Be Told" Children of the Inquisition takes us on a journey unearthing 500 years of hidden history. The film reveals what happened to the families forced to convert to Catholicism or flee during the Spanish and Portuguese Inquisitions through the eyes of their contemporary descendants, many of whom are just…

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Film Discussion: Director of Children of the Inquisition

Thursday, Mar 25 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Free

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 has informed, engaged, and inspired people into action. Having worked for ABC, CBS, HBO and Discovery Channel, Joe has been raising awareness of critical health issues throughout his career. After producing the first investigations on AIDS for ABC’s 20/20, Joe created In A New Light (ABC) a series of annual…

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April 2021

Strategies For Action: Furthering Fair Housing

Wednesday, Apr 14 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Free

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 to address the barriers that created separate and unequal neighborhoods – a form of systemic oppression that still has ripple effects on marginalized communities today. As a part of the Holocaust Center’s Strategies for Action Series, we’ll discuss the background of the Fair Housing Act, its implementation as law, its…

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May 2021

Eboo Patel: The Intersection of Interfaith and Racial Equality

Tuesday, May 4 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Free

Join us for this live online virtual event featuring Eboo Patel! “I thought about the meaning of pluralism in a world where the forces that seek to divide us are strong. I came to one conclusion: We have to save each other. It’s the only way to save ourselves.” – Eboo Patel, Acts of Faith Register in advance for this meeting: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYkce6hpjooGdFLjC_vkVqOg4T-9AkDpCqc After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. More About Eboo Patel:…

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In My Own Words with Judith Rapp Hara

Wednesday, May 12 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Free

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 Ernest and Sylvia Rapp” was written during the pandemic, honoring a promise made to her Father. The prologue tells about a life-altering meeting with a man from her Father’s past. This meeting changes Judith’s outlook on life and starts her quest to find out about her family’s history. Judith will…

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