Virtual Events

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TOLI presents virtual events monthly, featuring scholars, writers, journalists, and others on topics relating to our mission: Holocaust education, human rights, antisemitism and racism, and strengthening democracy and pluralism. You can register for our upcoming programs or view previous ones by clicking on the links below.

Upcoming Events

ANNE FRANK REVISITED: THE FRIEND, THE DIARY, THE CHALLENGES FOR TEACHERS

Tuesday, Feb. 27 | 5:00 PM ET

Join us for this special program featuring Dina Kraft, co-author of the NY Times bestselling book, My Friend Anne Frank: The Inspiring and Heartbreaking Story of Best Friends Torn Apart and Reunited Against All Odds. The narrative is by the late Hannah Pick-Goslar, who tells the story of her special friendship with Anne, including their shared childhood experiences of innocence; the trauma of Nazi persecution in Holland; and of their last, tragic encounter, starving and near death at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. The book provides a new perspective on the most recognizable victim of the Holocaust, and a searing look at what countless children endured at the hands of the Nazis.

The program will include a discussion on teaching Anne Frank’s diary today and the challenges for educators in navigating contemporary Holocaust education in the current environment.

Panel Participants

Dina Kraft is an award-winning journalist, podcaster and the co-author of “My Friend Anne Frank” together with Hannah Pick-Goslar. She lives in Tel Aviv where she is the opinion editor of Haaretz English.

Cara Crandall, EdD teaches English Language Arts in Massachusetts and has taught about the Holocaust throughout her more than thirty years as an educator. With TOLI, she has co-led a regional seminar in Amherst, Massachusetts.

Jennifer Lemberg, PhD is Associate Director of US Programs at TOLI and co-editor of Becoming a Holocaust Educator: Purposeful Pedagogy Through Inquiry.

Moderated by Andrew Lapin, Senior Reporter, JTA.

With Thanks to Our Program Co-Sponsors: The Anne Frank Center USA, Jewish Telegraph Agency, and Mark Schonwetter Holocaust Education Foundation.

Register here.


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November 5, 2023 – “‘Schindler’s List’: Commemorating the Film’s 30th Anniversary”

June 8, 2023 – “Elie Wiesel: Confronting the Silence | A Conversation with Author Joe Berger”

April 17, 2023 – “80th Anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising: An Eyewitness Account with Alex Groth, Survivor and Scholar”

March 23, 2023 – “The Vatican, The Holocaust, and World War II”

February 15, 2023 – “Letters from Anne and Martin”

January 19, 2023 – “Pink Triangle Legacies: Coming out in the Shadow of the Holocaust”

December 13, 2022 – “US and the Holocaust”

December 06, 2022 – “Forty Years After Sophie’s Choice: Hollywood and the Holocaust”

May 11, 2022 – “Imperfect Justice: The Quest for Holocaust Restitution”

April 28, 2022 – “Yom HaShoah: Assia’s Story

April 12, 2022 – “Grim Lessons from the Field: On War Crimes and Genocide”

March 28, 2022 – “Ukraine, The Refugee Crisis and Learning from History”

March 22, 2022 – “The Danger of Extremism in America – And How to Stop It”

Jan. 26, 2022 – “Images of Endurance: The Last Holocaust Survivor”

Nov. 4, 2021 – “Holocaust Restitution: The Struggle Continues”

Oct. 26, 2021 – “Book Launch: Becoming a Holocaust Educator

Oct. 6, 2021 – “Professor Timothy Snyder: The Holocaust and Lessons for Today”

Sept. 30, 2021 – “Nevertheless, They Resisted: The Women Who Defied Nazi Rule During the Holocaust”

June 24, 2021 – “Confronting the Surge of Anti-Semitism in Europe and the US”

May 13, 2021 – “American Political Leaders and Their Responses to the Holocaust”

April 28, 2021 – “Justice Denied: How Nazi War Criminals Escaped Punishment”

April 6, 2021 – “Remembering Olga Lengyel and Five Chimneys”

March 10, 2021 – “The Nazi’s Granddaughter” a Conversation with author Silvia Foti

Feb, 17, 2021 – Extremism 2021: The Surge of Hate Online and in the Community

 

Contact

For more information about The Olga Lengyel Institute for Holocaust Studies and Human Rights (TOLI), please contact info@tolinstitute.org

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