Antisemitism

Avenues for Change: Holocaust & Genocide Studies

By Ellen Resnek / Thursday, March 30, 2023 / Comments Off on Avenues for Change: Holocaust & Genocide Studies

21st Century Holocaust and Genocide Education Contact Us Our goal is to create the opportunity for all teachers within the state of California to receive professional development and resources to […]

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Traces: Portraits of Resistance, Survival and Resolve

By Ellen Resnek / Tuesday, March 14, 2023 / Comments Off on Traces: Portraits of Resistance, Survival and Resolve

Traces: Portraits of Resistance, Survival and Resolve Encouraging resistance and resilience through animated documentary film In the face of the unfathomable horror of the Holocaust, fleeting moments of bravery and generosity […]

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America and The Holocaust: A Series of Colloquies

By Ellen Resnek / Wednesday, February 15, 2023 / Comments Off on America and The Holocaust: A Series of Colloquies

Dr. Michael Berenbaum joins CWB for a groundbreaking look into the controversy surrounding America and the Holocaust. Classrooms Without Borders is excited to offer the opportunity share our new series: America […]

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Barbara G. Arfa Annual Professional Development Conference on Holocaust Education “From Documentation to Social Media: Empowering Students to Analyze (Mis)Information”

By Ellen Resnek / Friday, February 10, 2023 / Comments Off on Barbara G. Arfa Annual Professional Development Conference on Holocaust Education “From Documentation to Social Media: Empowering Students to Analyze (Mis)Information”

BARBARA GUTFREUND ARFA PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE ON HOLOCAUST EDUCATION 2023 We face many challenges in Holocaust education: raising awareness of its lessons, honoring, and memorializing the victims, sustaining the relevancy […]

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Liberation and Return to Life: An American liberator’s story

By Ellen Resnek / Wednesday, February 8, 2023 / Comments Off on Liberation and Return to Life: An American liberator’s story

Liberation and Return to Life: An American liberator’s story   As the Allied forces liberated war-torn Europe, what did they bear witness to as their units entered unfamiliar territory? John […]

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WOMEN IN THE HOLOCAUST: THEIR DAY-TO-DAY STRUGGLES

By Ellen Resnek / Wednesday, February 8, 2023 / Comments Off on WOMEN IN THE HOLOCAUST: THEIR DAY-TO-DAY STRUGGLES

WOMEN IN THE HOLOCAUST: THEIR DAY-TO-DAY STRUGGLES   As the Holocaust escalated, conditions worsened in the ghettos and camps. Women and mothers were preoccupied with daily survival, providing food for […]

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My Father Was A Nazi

By Jackie Golblum / Wednesday, February 8, 2023 / Comments Off on My Father Was A Nazi

My Father Was A Nazi Arthur Wollschlaeger was a decorated German tank commander during the Second World War and was awarded the Iron Cross by Adolf Hitler. After the war, […]

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What the Fact?! Teaching Guide

By Ellen Resnek / Monday, December 12, 2022 / Comments Off on What the Fact?! Teaching Guide

Why Teach this Book? A Letter to Educators from the Author Dear Teacher, Thank you for bringing What the Fact?! into your classroom. I hope the book activates and energizes your teaching […]

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CWB Holocaust Remembrance Day: 2023 Community Wide Teach In

By Mihal Ehven / Monday, December 5, 2022 / Comments Off on CWB Holocaust Remembrance Day: 2023 Community Wide Teach In

2023 Theme: “Home and Belonging” The United Nations General Assembly designated January 27—the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau—as International Holocaust Remembrance Day.   On this annual day of commemoration, […]

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RUINING THE GAME: ANTISEMITISM IN SPORTS

By Ellen Resnek / Tuesday, November 22, 2022 / Comments Off on RUINING THE GAME: ANTISEMITISM IN SPORTS

Antisemitism in sports follows similar patterns as it manifests in other areas of society, with the use of historical myths and tropes to justify exclusion or oppression of Jews in […]

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