Yom HaShoah, Yom HaziKaron and Yom Haatzmaut Events




In Recognition of Yom HaShoah Holocaust Remembrance Day

Thursday, April 8, 2021

11:00 AM- Terezin Initiative - Witnesses Inspirational Messages

Living in Prague, Rabbi Ron Hoffberg is a teacher and guide to the Terezin story; he shares insights and inspiration through the eyes and voices of the survivors. Rabbi Ron Hoffberg serves the Jewish community of Prague as the Masorti rabbi as well as a Professor of Jewish History in the Overseas studies program of Charles University. He is a very sought- after guide to Jewish Prague as well as to many other treasures of Jewish Life throughout Central Europe. Hoffberg received his master's degree, ordination, and Honorary Doctorate from the Jewish Theological Seminary. Recently he has taken the IJKL community on a virtual tour of Prague and by popular demand will be guiding us through Hungary and Romania in the spring!


1:00 PM- Virtual Tour in the Anne Frank House

Anne Frank photoA live, guided virtual tour of the Hiding Place at the Anne Frank House where Anne lived with her family for more than two years and wrote her diary. The tour shows what the hiding place looked like in the 1940s. Led by educators from the University of South Carolina at the Anne Frank Center USA.

An interactive one-hour program includes chat and Q&A.




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Yom HaZikaron

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

8:00 PM- Yom HaZikaron: The Power of Jewish Peoplehood Through Personal and Collective Mourning

This program offers an intimate conversation with Israelis who know the heartache and anguish of loss from their own experiences.

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Yom Haatzmaut

Wednesday, April 14

8:00 PM- Yom HaAtzmaut: Moments of Pride Through Israeli Innovation

73 years after its founding, learn about Israel’s culture of innovation through the eyes of three social entrepreneurs who are leaders in cybersecurity, agriculture, and emergency health care advances.

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