Behind the Book: Into the Forest, with author Rebecca Frankl
Join the Conversation: Based on years of research, and Frankel’s extensive interviews with members of the Rabinowitz family, as well as other Holocaust survivors, Into the Forest is the rarest of Holocaust stories with a happy ending and a powerful testament to the human spirit. See More.
Educator’s Workshop: Holocaust & Genocide Texts
An opportunity to read, explore, and discuss award-winning author Gerda Weismann Klein’s survivor memoir, All But My Life. Grants PLU credit. See More.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Silverstein Educator Grant
Apply for up to $500 for improving personal Holocaust education or for developing classroom projects/lessons/materials for teaching Holocaust education. Applications are due Feb. 1st! See More.
Baxt Lecture: Howard S. Veisz
Author of Henny & Her Boat, Howard S. Veisz, will discuss his book at the Cranston Public Library on March 20th, 2022. Grants PLU credits. See More.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Annual Art & Writing Contest
The Holocaust was a painfully tragic time in human history, but there were everyday people who acted heroically. Whether it was a Jewish prisoner who aided other victims, a righteous gentile who sheltered the Jews or a local leader who spoke against hate, there were glimmers of hope in an otherwise terrible time. We would like to commemorate those everyday people of great character with a student exhibition. See More.