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  • 9th of Sivan, 5781
  • Adult Education: Contemporary Issues in Holocaust Studies
    Adult Education: Contemporary Issues in Holocaust Studies
    • 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
    • 103 E Brigantine Ave United States
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    New Jersey is one of a dozen states that mandate Holocaust education in schools from kindergarten through 12th grade.  Doug Cervi will discuss his new role as Executive Director for the Commission on Holocaust Education to assist all schools, organizations, elected officials, and others with the study of the Holocaust and genocide.  Doug will review the steps he plans to take to help every student in New Jersey understand that“being a bystander only allows bullies on any level to advance their agenda.”You will not want to miss this inside view of educational programming at all school levels.All are welcome toRead More

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  • 15th of Sivan, 5781
  • Adult Education: The Jewish Community of Mosul: Two Historians’ Perspectives
    Adult Education: The Jewish Community of Mosul: Two Historians’ Perspectives
    • 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm
    • 103 E Brigantine Ave United States
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    Temple Beth Shalom, Brigantine, proudly presents Omar Mohammed and Dr. Arthur Goldschmidt as they team up to offer this special program aboutOmar Mohammed’s work to document events in Mosul, Iraq, under the occupation ofIS, providing citizens of Mosul, the diaspora and the international communitywith vital information and evidence of IS atrocities.   Omar, Zooming from Paris, will discuss hisefforts to preserve the Jewish Heritage of Mosul and his dream of re-establishinga living Jewish community in Mosul.All are welcome to join us for this free program via ZoomRSVP to https://bit.ly/3ue6Epy (by 5/21/2021-no exceptions please)You may directany questions/concerns about registering for this event to adulted@seashul.org 

  • Adult Education: The Quakers as Standard Bearers for Justice and Humanity
    Adult Education: The Quakers as Standard Bearers for Justice and Humanity
    • 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
    • 103 E Brigantine Ave United States
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    What do you know about Quakerism, Quakers, and their work to support Nazi persecuted Jews? Please join Temple Beth Shalom, Brigantine, to welcome. Bob Holdena multigenerational Quaker, to learn more about the Quakers’ efforts to ameliorate world problems like hunger and homelessness and bring peace to troubled areas of the world. Bob will also focus the discussion on the Quakers’ activities after World War One, the formation of the AFSC in 1917, and undertakings to assuage Nazi efforts to persecute Jews and other minority groups before World War II.All are welcome to join us for this free program via Zoomon Wednesday, MayRead More

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