April 17, 18, 19|
Medford Public Library
Yom Hashoah - Holocaust Remembrance
With special guest presenter Nili Alon Amit,Phd, from StandWithUs. Tragically, anti-Semitism is becoming normalized and Jewish people face hate at a higher rate than any other religious group in the U.S. We must do whatever we can, so that Never Again.
Time & Location
April 17, 18, 19
Medford Public Library, 205 S Central Ave, Medford, OR 97501, USA
About The Event
The Medford Public Library and Bridge to Jerusalem are partnering to bring an educational program to Medford which will increase awareness and promote understanding of the Holocaust and anti-Semitism. The program and presentations will be provided by a special educator and presenter from the organization StandWithUs. Together, we hope to offer a variety of learning opportunities at the library such as films, presentations, displays and a library generated reading list.
About Nili Alon Amit Associate Director, StandWithUs Holocaust Education Center
During her years of study at Tel Aviv and Haifa Universities in humanities and arts, Nili assisted Professor Judith Buber Agassi in her research on Jewish women prisoners of the Nazi concentration camp Ravensbrück. Since receiving her PhD in ancient philosophy from Haifa University in 2013, Nili has been researching and teaching in Israeli teacher colleges, in Los Angeles as an Israel Institute Visiting Assistant Professor, and as Visiting Research Scholar at UCLA Nazarian Center for Israel Studies. Her ongoing research on the history of happiness culminated in her latest publication (2021). In June 2022, Nili joined the Holocaust Education Center as Associate Director, bringing new humanistic and pedagogical approaches to our growing community of learners.
Contact Nili directly if you would like to schedule a presention at a middle or highschool. email@example.com
A unique component of the StandWithUs Holocaust Education Center’s student programs is to provide you with lesson plans, and the students with virtual education meetings. These help prepare students for the more in-depth, in-person presentation.
About the StandWithUs Holocaust Education Center
About Yom Hashoah