May 27, 2020

Session One: 9am-10:30am

Session Two: 12:30pm-2pm

You must participate in both sessions to receive a certificate of attendance.

The Virginia Holocaust Museum along with Facing History and Ourselves presents “The Holocaust and Human Behavior.”

This free online workshop will be taught by Facing History and Ourselves’, Senior Historian, Dr. Mary Johnson. This year’s topic will focus on deepening our understanding of the Holocaust as we examine the choices people made during the Weimar Republic, the rise of the Nazi Party, and what the Holocaust teaches us about the power and impact of our choices today.

The workshop will be divided into two 90 minute sessions.

Session One:  9am-10:30am

Session Two: 12:30pm-2pm

**You must participate in both sessions to receive a certificate of attendance.**

You will receive an email from Facing History and Ourselves with links to each of the sessions the day before the workshop. Attendees will receive a certificate of participation via email after the workshop.

Questions?  Please email Megan Ferenczy, Director of Education,

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The workshop is generously sponsored through the following Richmond Jewish Foundation Funds:

• The Ipson Holocaust Education Fund
• The Henry and Gertrude Kupfer Holocaust Education Fund
• The Herbert J. and Ruth B. Rubel Holocaust Education Fund

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