Jewish History Center and jMUSE Present: Confronting Antisemitism
“Confront anti-Semitism galvanize the community by presenting cutting-edge analysis, proposing strategies to resolve barriers to action and identifying a landscape of possible initiatives, âsaid Bernard J. Michael, President and CEO, Center for Jewish History.
The range of topics covered will include Holocaust denial and revisionism in public institutions, examining why anti-Semitism continues to persist and the dangers that anti-Semitism poses to free societies. The colloquium will be supplemented by a digital publication in early 2022.
“Cultural institutions are well placed to reach and influence individuals and help groups of people recognize and understand anti-Semitism as a problem for everyone,” said Michael S. Glickman, founder of jMUSE. âThis symposium will activate cultural institutions in the fight against anti-Semitism.
Confront anti-Semitism will take place virtually on Sunday 17th October of 1:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. ET. A full schedule of events and free registration are available at www.cjh.org/antisemitisme.
The Jewish History Center sheds light on history, culture and heritage. The Center offers a collaborative home to five partner organizations: American Jewish Historical Society, American Sephardi Federation, Leo Baeck Institute, Yeshiva University Museum and YIVO Institute for Jewish Research. The Partner Archives include the world’s largest and most comprehensive records of modern Jewish experience outside of Israel.
jMUSE is an artistic and cultural company founded and committed to the principles of collaboration and exchange. It brings together institutions, experts and philanthropists to experiment with new ways of presenting important ideas and innovative content through United States and Europe.
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