Nov

17 2021

Voices of the Holocaust, Inspiring Change Through Legacy

4:00PM - 8:00PM  

Contact Mina Cohn
The date is tentative and will be determined according to the availability of the teachers.
613-327-9554
minacohn22@gmail.com
https://chesatottawa.ca/

This virtual workshop for teachers will be facilitated by Sophia Mirzayee, a first generation Afghan-Canadian with a BA in Human Rights and an MA in Education, and Kenra Mroz, educator at Sir Robert Borden High School and a graduate of the International School for Holocaust Studies at Yad Vashem's seminar program for Holocaust educators.

The workshop will be based on the testimonies of Ottawa area Holocaust survivors recorded by CHES in 2016: https://chesatottawa.ca/ottawa-holocaust-survivors-testimonials-full-length/. The proposed program will provide readily-available and accessible resources and will promote an understanding of current issues involving discrimination, racism, and antisemitism, and encourage equity and diversity in schools and in our global community.

 This workshop has been made possible through the generosity of the Congregation Beth Shalom Legacy Fund Committee.

Sponsor: Centre for Holocaust Education and Scholarship (CHES)