TOLI Blog

2019
Jun 20

In Jackson, MS, 20 teachers joined in an effort to restore, repair, and reclaim humanity at the 2nd annual TOLI seminar, Reclaiming Our Humanity: Lessons of the Holocaust for Today. Teachers made connections between the anti-Jewish laws of Nazi Germany and the oppressive Jim Crow laws that were enforced in the Southern United States during [...continue]

2019
Jun 20

Worlds Apart But Not Strangers brought together 25 teachers from Montana and Idaho to learn about the Holocaust and mass persecution of Native Americans. The program included visits to North Cheyenne reservation, tribal sacred grounds (see photo above), and the Bighorn battlefield in southern Montana. The group also visited the Beth Aaron Synagogue and received an overview of Judaism [...continue]

2019
Mar 12

In 2019 TOLI has scheduled seminars in ten U.S. cities and eight European countries. In addition, TOLI’s flagship New York City seminar will be held June 16-27th. Teachers will be receiving professional training by TOLI, focusing on the Holocaust and its lessons for today. United States: Salisbury, Maryland – POSTPONED until 2020 Amherst, Massachusetts – July 15-20 [...continue]

2019
Mar 6

For Stefani Sobol-Pastor, being an educator runs in the family—her four siblings and mother all work in the field. So it’s no surprise that around the age of twenty, the path to teaching, as she puts it, “found her.” Today, she uses her degrees in Theology and Philosophy to teach 11th and 12th graders at Seton-LaSalle High [...continue]

2019
Mar 6

  We are so pleased to announce the webinar series, Women in the Holocaust, that has been created by educators at Yad Vashem and is being run exclusively for teachers in our network. On Sunday March 3, 2019, 45 teachers across the US as well as those living in Austria, Romania and South America, participated [...continue]

2019
Jan 30

We are pleased to share with you this op-ed written by Harry D. Wall, a member of TOLI’s Board of Directors, which appeared on CNN.com for International Holocaust Remembrance Day, January 27th. Ignorance about the Holocaust is growing By Harry D. Wall Updated 2311 GMT (0711 HKT) January 27, 2019 (CNN)- Ignorance about the Holocaust is [...continue]

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