Upcoming Events

Inside Krakow: Past, Present & Future
Thursday, october 15, 2020 at 7:00 pm (EDT)

Krakow, one of the largest and most vibrant Jewish communities in Poland before WWII, is rich in Jewish history. In spite of a resurgence of antisemitism throughout Europe, Krakow’s Jewish community continues to grow and thrive.

Panelists will be Rabbi Aaron Bergman of Adat Shalom Synagogue; Gail Offen, a child of a Shoah survivor from Krakow; and Jessica Katz, 2019 Ralph I. Goldman Fellow for the Joint Distribution Committee (JDC).

To register, please click here.

If you have questions, email Jodi Gross at jgross@adatshalom.org.

At the Ghetto Gates: A Zoom Class

A Premiere Pop-Up Presentation from JLearn featuring Professor Howard Lupovich & Professor Jeffrey Veidlinger

mondays, october 19, 26 & november 2, 2020 at 7:00 pm (EDT)

Join us for three engaging evenings as our speakers take you beyond the gates of the Jewish ghettos to explore daily life among the Jewis

h prisoners being held there.

The Vilna Ghetto, Ghettos in Occupied Ukraine, and The Budapest Ghetto will be highlighted as you are immersed each week in a unique world of survival, hope, despair, and resistance.

Tuition: $55

Call 248-205-2557 or go to jlearn.online.

Citizen 865: The Hunt for Hitler’s Hidden Soldiers in America

A Virtual Program Featuring Debbie Cenziper

tuesday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. (EDt)

The Holocaust Memorial Center and the Detroit Jewish Book Fair present Debbie Cenziper, a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter and Northwestern University professor. Her book uncovers the epic quest by the men and women of the Office of Special Investigations to rid the United States of Nazi mass murderers hiding in plain sight. She vividly captures their extraordinary efforts to restore a measure of justice to the world in the face of an overwhelming evil.
To submit a question to Debbie, please click here.
To order the book Citizen 865, please click here.

Prosecuting Evil: The Extraordinary world of Ben Ferencz
showings on sunday dec. 13 at 1 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. 
Discussion and Q & A at 2:30pm led by Rabbi Aaron Bergman of Adat Shalom Synagogue
Join us for the fascinating story of Ben Ferencz—the last surviving Nuremberg prosecutor and lifelong advocate of  “law not war.” After witnessing Nazi concentration camps shortly after liberation, Ferencz became lead prosecutor in the Einsatzgruppen case at Nuremberg, which has been called the biggest murder trial in history. He was 27 years old and it was his first trial. Ferencz went on to advocate for restitution for Jewish victims of the Holocaust and later for the establishment of the International Criminal Court. His fight for justice for victims of atrocity crimes continues today. Runtime: 1h 22m
Register for the discussion at www.holocaustcenter.org/december