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International Holocaust Remembrance Event: Concert Pianist Carolyn Enger Presents THE MISCHLINGE EXPOSÉ 

Jan 26, 2023 7:00PM—9:00PM

2125 Westchester Avenue East Rye, NY 10580

Join pianist Carolyn Enger for a multimedia presentation exploring identity, culture, migration and spirituality. The Mischlinge Exposé weaves a tapestry around a little known aspect of the Holocaust: the Mischlinge, a derogatory term for those neither Jewish nor Aryan. Combining music by German and Jewish composers of the 20th century with stirring testimony from Enger’s…

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International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2023

Jan 26, 2023 6:00PM—8:00PM

Virtual

The Ongoing Legacy and Impact of the Holocaust in U.S. Foreign Policy This event is organized by the Harriet & Kenneth Kupferberg Holocaust Center at Queensborough Community College. It is co-sponsored by the Holocaust Museum & Center For Tolerance and Education at Rockland Community College; the Gross Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Ramapo College…

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Memory Keepers Story Hour: Julie Sherman, Generations Forward

Jan 19, 2023 7:00PM—8:00PM

Zoom

Julie Sherman is the daughter of a Holocaust survivor, Helen Sherman, born Chaya Scharfer. Julie tells the story of her mother, one of eight children born to an orthodox Hasidic German family. The family lived in Danzig, which is now Gdańsk Poland, and owned the largest kosher hotel on the Baltic Sea. They were fortunate…

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Memory Keepers Story Hour: Yuval Ehrenreich, Generations Forward 

Dec 15, 2022 7:00PM—8:00PM

Zoom

Yuval Ehrenreich tells the story of his father’s stolen childhood and his struggle to survive when he was separated from his parents. At age 7 he witnessed the family’s synagogue on Roonstrasse street in Cologne, Germany was set on fire by the Nazis on the night of Kristallnacht and weeks later he crossed the border alone…

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Memory Keepers Story Hour: Michael Gyory, Generations Forward

Nov 17, 2022 7:00PM—8:00PM

Zoom

Listen to the most amazing true story of fortitude and willpower. Hear how Agi Keleti survived the Nazis and outlasted the Communists to become the greatest female Jewish Olympian of all time – winning 10 medals in women’s gymnastics for her native Hungary.  This is also a deeply personal story for storyteller Michael Gyory, as Agi…

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2022 HHREC Benefit

Oct 27, 2022 6:30PM—9:00PM

Westchester Country Club 99 Biltmore Avenue, Rye, New York, U.S.

The HHREC community will gather once again for our Annual Benefit on Thursday evening October 27th at the beautiful Westchester Country Club in Rye, New York. This year we are honoring Dennis Mehiel, and our Keynote Speaker is Bret Stephens, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and columnist with the New York Times.

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