Saints and Liars: American Relief and Rescue Workers during the Nazi Era
|Date||Tue, Nov 30, 6:00pm - 7:00pm|
A number of Americans — Quakers, Unitarians, secular people, Jews — traveled to points around the globe to offer relief, and to rescue victims of Nazi Germany. Exploring the derring-do and the daily grind of these intrepid souls, Debórah Dwork opens a window on the role of the unpredictable and the irrational.
Debórah Dwork is renowned for her scholarship on Holocaust history and a leading authority in this field. Her award-winning books include Children With A Star; Flight from the Reich; Auschwitz; and Holocaust. In 2020, Dwork received the International Network of Genocide Scholars Lifetime Achievement Award.
PD hours and Co-Curricular credits will be provided.
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