Online Fall Programs
Free and Open to the Public
VIRTUAL INTERNATIONAL KRISTALLNACHT COMMEMORATION
Wednesday, November 10th from 10-11:30 am EST
Free & Open to the Public
Registration Required. Please register HERE.
RVCC Institute of Holocaust and Genocide Studies with the Montreal Holocaust Museum will host an International Kristallnacht Commemoration. This special event will include the Virtual Kick-off Tour of the Montreal Holocaust Museum Exhibit, And in 1948, I Came to Canada: The Holocaust in Six Dates, located at RVCC. Additionally, Elie Dawang, one of the survivors highlighted in the exhibit, will share his testimony. There will be a Q&A with Elie Dawang following the presentation. This event is being co-hosted with Eszter Andor, Commemoration and Oral History Coordinator from The Montreal Holocaust Museum, and Michelle Edgar, Program Specialist from Raritan Valley Community College Institute of Holocaust and Genocide Studies.
Elie Dawang was born to Lithuanian-Jewish parents in 1934 in Paris, France. His father, Faiwish, had a radio manufacturing business, and his mother, Shaina, was a housewife. Elie was six years old when the Nazis occupied France. His harrowing story of survival is highlighted in the Montreal Holocaust Museum Exhibit currently open to the public at RVCC, And in 1948, I Came to Canada: The Holocaust in Six Dates. We are honored to hear from Elie Dawang during this Kristallnacht Commemoration.
All of these programs are taking place online. They are free and open to the public. These programs are being co-sponsored by The Jewish Federation of Somerset, Hunterdon, and Warren Counties, The JCC Holocaust Memorial, and Education Center, & The New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education.
If you have any questions please email, Institute of Holocaust and Genocide Studies Program Specialist, Michelle Edgar at email@example.com