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Part of the Spring Lecture Series
Women’s agency is often overlooked or invisible in standard historical narratives. Holocaust educator Ronnie Hirschhorn considers the integral role of Jewish women in the Holocaust, and their participation in efforts to resist repression and genocide. Reconsider one of history’s darkest moments through the experiences of ordinary women who faced unimaginable circumstances.
Refreshments at 9:30 am; lecture at 10 am.
April lectures are free and open to the public. Seating may be limited and is available on a first come basis; no reservations.
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