Only Hope: A Survivor’s Stories of the Holocaust

Online Ann Arbor, MI

Before she passed away in 1974, Felicia B. Lubliner wrote about her interment in Polish ghettos and two Nazi concentration camps, Auschwitz and GrossRosen. Her powerful stories have recently been published by her son, Irv Lubliner, emeritus Southern Oregon University professor and OLLI instructor. He will share excerpts from the book, shedding light on his

$10

JCLP Annual Communal Conversation: Climate and Environmental Justice in the Jewish Community

Online Ann Arbor, MI

Join the University of Michigan Jewish Communal Leadership Program for our annual Community Conversation on Climate and Environmental Justice in the Jewish Community on Sunday, March 27, 2022 from 1 - 3:30 PM EST. Our program will explore the current action and movement within the Jewish community towards an environmentally-just future, and a variety of perspectives on what our

Giving Rare Populations a Voice in Public Opinion Research: Pew Research Center’s Strategies for Surveying Muslim Americans, Jewish Americans, and Other Populations

Online Ann Arbor, MI

ISR Inclusive Research Matters Giving Rare Populations a Voice in Public Opinion Research: Pew Research Center’s Strategies for Surveying Muslim Americans, Jewish Americans, and Other Populations April 6, 2022, noon ET via Zoom Speaker: Courtney Kennedy, Director of Survey Research at Pew Research Center Abstract: A typical public opinion survey cannot provide reliable insights into

Crossroads: Exploring Antisemitism and Racism

Trotter Multicultural Center 1443 Washtenaw Ave, Ann Arbor, MI

Learn about the intersections of Antisemitism and racism in this workshop led by members of Detroit Jews for Justice, a Metro Detroit based organization that organizes around racial and economic justice.   Registration link