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The Rescuing Recipes Project: Bringing Holocaust Family Meals and Memories Back to the Table

      The Rescuing Recipes Project: Bringing Holocaust Family Meals and Memories Back to the Table Rachel Loew Lipman and Elana Karp’s Holocaust family histories are defined by tragedy, perseverance, and hope. On November 11th at Savant on Second in St. Petersburg (634 2nd Ave S, St. Petersburg, FL 33701), those stories will come to life 

$200.00

Standing Up to Antisemitism in the Workplace – Presented by The Florida Holocaust Museum’s Lawyers of Conscience – Afternoon Session

The Florida Holocaust Museum 55 5th Street S, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

The Lawyers of Conscience of The Florida Holocaust Museum Present Standing Up to Antisemitism in the Workplace Please join us for this CLE Seminar at The Florida Holocaust Museum When: Thursday, November 30, 2023 1:00 Registration, 1:30 – 4:00 PM Seminar Where: The Florida Holocaust Museum 55 Fifth Street South St. Petersburg, Florida 33701 *Also available virtually on-demand 

Standing Up to Antisemitism in the Workplace – Presented by The Florida Holocaust Museum’s Lawyers of Conscience – On-Demand Session

The Florida Holocaust Museum 55 5th Street S, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

The Lawyers of Conscience of The Florida Holocaust Museum Present Standing Up to Antisemitism in the Workplace   REGISTER Sponsors Rachael Worthington, Esquire, Chair, Lawyers of Conscience Josh Magidson, Esquire, Vice Chair, Lawyers of Conscience Andrew Sasso, Esquire, Vice Chair, Lawyers of Conscience Register today through our website or call: Miranda Brenner, (727) 820-0100 x276 To find 

“Traces” Film Screening

USF St Pete Harbor Hall 1000 3rd St S., St. Petersburg, FL, United States

Film screening and Q&A with Searching for Identity founder, Stacey Goldring. What was it like to grow up with parents who survived the Holocaust? Who is responsible for ensuring the Holocaust and its generational impact are remembered? Traces answers these questions, giving voice to the resilient "Second Generation"– children of survivors –as they share their parents' survival stories 

Speaking Yiddish to Chickens

The Florida Holocaust Museum 55 5th Street S, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

Speaking Yiddish to Chickens is the first book to chronicle how roughly 1,000 Holocaust survivors - including the author's grandparents - found an unlikely refuge and gateway to new lives as poultry farmers in southern New Jersey. This book relies on interviews with dozens of these refugee farmers and their children, as well as oral histories 

History of the Jewish People in the Land of Israel Session 3: Words Matter

Temple Beth-El 400 Pasadena Ave S., St. Petersburg, FL, United States

Please join us for a three-part lecture series: History of the Jewish People in the Land of Israel, presented by Rabbi Ed Rosenthal. Session #3 – Words Matter: Around the world, Israel is accused of genocide, apartheid, ethnic cleansing and colonialism. This session will address these terms and examine in detail the reality on the 

“Pink Triangle Legacies: Coming Out in the Shadow of the Holocaust”

The Florida Holocaust Museum 55 5th Street S, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

Historian Dr. Jake Newsome tells the dynamic and inspiring history of the LGBTQ+ community's original pride symbol by tracing the transformation of the pink triangle from a Nazi concentration camp badge into a widespread emblem of queer liberation, pride, and community. Drawing from unexplored archival sources and original interviews, Dr. Newsome showcases the voices of