Tag - Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education

Presidential Fellow and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Nadia Murad speaks at the 25th annual Holocaust Art & Writing Contest ceremony March 15.
Youth Connect With Survivors at 25th Holocaust Art & Writing Contest Ceremony Presidential Fellow and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Nadia Murad spoke about the devastating impact of religious persecution on ordinary people.
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Sharing Their Stories, Being Their Voice: 25 Years of Chapman University’s Holocaust Art & Writing Contest Organizers and participants reflect upon the contest's impact and ongoing importance in confronting antisemitism.
Image of the event program, which reads: An Evening of Holocaust Remembrance" and features a lit candle.
Evening of Holocaust Remembrance Takes Lessons from the Past to Guide the Present Appeals to “never forget” the Holocaust accompanied calls to decry the atrocities of Russia’s war in Ukraine.
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Evening of Holocaust Remembrance Reaches Far Streaming presentation of annual Yom HaShoah to remember Holocaust victims draws extraordinary online viewership.
Holocaust survivor signing a book for a woman
Lessons in Holocaust Education: How Do You Combat Hate? With Education Auschwitz survivor shares words for participants Chapman University for Holocaust Arts and Writing Competition.
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One-Woman Performance of Auschwitz Victim’s Diaries Brings “Etty” to Chapman University
Men in hats walk past broken windows
Kristallnacht Remembrance at Chapman with Presidential Fellow and Author Glenn Kurtz
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Restored Film and Author Lecture to Open Rodgers Center Fall Series
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The Mantle of Memory As the Holocaust Art & Writing Contest turns 20, young scholars embrace the critical role of bearing witness for the survivors.
Chapman Community Invited to Campus Vigil in Unity with Chabad of Poway
Meeting and Learning From Holocaust Survivors Nearly 1,000 middle and high school students gather at Chapman University's annual Holocaust Art & Writing Contest for lessons more timely than ever.

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