How do we remember and honor those lives? How do those of us without a number to tattoo, or those of us disagree with tattooing continue to remember?
You're Invited: Professor Jay Geller To Speak About German Jews At U of M's Center For Jewish Studies
Even after the Shoah, Jews chose to settle in Germany. Who were these Jews, now numbering nearly 200,000, and why did they decide to remain in a country that had been hostile to their very existence only a few years earlier? Professor Jay Geller tries to answer that question.
Storytelling has a long tradition in Judaism. The artwork of Susan Weinberg continues the storytelling tradition by sharing stories of Holocaust survivors in danger of being lost to history.
Anti-Semitism and anti-Israel cries are drowning out support for Israel. When you consider the differences between the pro-Palestinian and pro-Israel rallies, it’s not hard to see why.
The German state of Bavaria is republishing Mein Kampf for the first time since 1945. Should the book be published, and if so, by whom? A feature from Jewish Ideas Daily.
Part II of TC Jewfolk’s exclusive interview with U.S. Rep. Erik Paulsen (R-MN). On America’s strong friendship with Israel, and why Minnesotans should support Israel. [Watch the video interview below]
Don’t miss this talk by the Founder of Human Rights Watch, and former National Director of the ACLU, Aryeh Neier. February 28th. University of Minnesota. You’re Invited.
Fritz Haber created a method used to feed over half the world. But the same method would lead to the death of millions of others.
To illuminate lives lived, lives saved, and ultimately, lives lost. It is in this spirit that I went to Poland. A look back at history, and into the uncomfortable depths of the present.
Is Holocaust denial just a new form of anti-Semitism? Emory professor Deborah Lipstadt to answer the question this week in Minnesota.