Grappling with our Shared Legacy: Remembering Jewish Life vs. Death
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10:30 AM Registration & Orientation
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM Symposium
A symposium for people in their 20s and 30s. The program is free of charge. Light lunch will be served; Kashruth observed. Street parking available; TTC recommended.
In an era when the number of Holocaust survivors is declining, how important are sites such as Auschwitz-Birkenau in preserving the memory of the Holocaust? How do we deal with the legacy of the Holocaust? As a community, as a generation, as a global society? What do we choose to remember?
The symposium will begin with interactive sessions:
Keynote address on preserving sites of memory from Dr. Robert Jan van Pelt, HEW 2012 Scholar-in-Residence, leading expert on Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Presented in partnership with UJA’s Community Connect, March of the Living Toronto, JUMP, Annex Shul, Hillel of Greater Toronto, University of Toronto’s Centre for Jewish Studies, Temple Sinai, Beth Tzedec Congregation, Koffler Centre of the Arts, Dinner of Miracles, the Yellow Rose Project and iVolunteer.
This program is generously sponsored by Eleanor & Martin Maxwell, and Annalee & Jeff Wagman, Dundee Securities Ltd.