Holocaust

May 1, 2017

“My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me”

German-Nigerian Author Jennifer Teege to Speak on Cruel Legacy of Her Family’s Nazi Past

September 1, 2016

The Life and Times of Primo Levi

Q & A with U-M Professor Ralph Williams

Michael Eisinger
June 1, 2015

JFS Steps Up Services to Holocaust Survivors

As Holocaust survivors age, their experiences and their needs could fade to the periphery of the community’s consciousness without deliberate outreach and support from caring individuals and organizations.

May 1, 2015

The JCC of Krakow

As Jews around the world are discovering, a visit to Poland can be transformative.

The Paperclips Project
April 1, 2015

The Paper Clips Project Revisited

Consider a trip to Whitwell, home of the Children's Holocaust Museum.

Survivors
April 1, 2015

A Little Jewish Geography Goes a Long Way

Everyone appreciates a good game of Jewish Geography — it never gets old, and everyone is a winner.

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