Past Events

The 23rd Annual Robert Salomon Morton Lecture: Intergenerational Effects of Genocide: A Survivor’s Daughter Reflects, by Helen Epstein

04/13/2015

Helen Epstein is Author of Children of the Holocaust and Where She Came From: A Daughters Search for Her Mother’s History. The following article about the event appeared in “News@Northeastern.” Author and aca­d­emic Helen Epstein dis­cussed the inter-​​generational effects of geno­cide on Monday evening at North­eastern Uni­ver­sity, deliv­ering the 23rd Annual Robert Salomon Morton Memo­rial Lec­ture to stu­dents,…
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Boston Jewish Food Conference

03/08/2015

Ganei Beantown: Beantown Jewish Gardens presents the 4th annual Boston Jewish Food Conference on March 8th from 1:00-7:00pm at Congregation Kehillath Israel…
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“Two Decades of Reporting from Israel on the Conflict” by Linda Gradstein

02/17/2015

Linda Gradstein is the Mideast Bureau Chief of The Media Line, an American news service specializing in coverage of the Middle East. An award-winning journalist, fluent in Hebrew and Arabic, Gradstein was Israel correspondent for NPR News from 1990-2009.   Reporting for PRI’s The World, AOL News and Slate, Gradstein has covered important events in Israel, the West…
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“BESA: The Promise” Movie Screening

02/04/2015

“More than seven years in the making, Besa: The Promise presents a powerful human drama compounded by a devastating twist. It is a story that that bridges generations and religions … uniting fathers and sons … Muslims and Jews”

Northeastern Holocaust Commemoration

01/29/2015

“The Closed Town: Poetry from Terezin” Elijah Botkin: Gideon Klein Scholar “Jews in the Catskills During and After the Holocaust” Phil Brown: University Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Health Sciences College of Social Sciences and Humanities RSVP is required here: http://attend.com/HolocaustCommemoration2015