The U.S. and the HolocaustALL EPISODES AVAILABLE TO STREAMA new three-part documentary directed and produced by Ken Burns, Lynn Novick and Sarah Botstein, explores America’s response to one of the greatest humanitarian crises in history.
The distinguished panel from Tuesday, September 6 at the Tucson Jewish Community Center includes Andrew Schot, Holocaust Survivor; Lori Shepherd, Executive Director of the Tucson Jewish Museum & Holocaust Center; J. Edward Wright, Ph.D., Professor & Director, Arizona Center for Judaic Studies, University of Arizona. Moderated by Todd Rockoff, President & CEO, Tucson Jewish Community Center.
The distinguished panel from Wednesday, September 7 at the Green Valley Community Performance & Arts Center includes Wanda Wolosky, Holocaust Survivor; Deborah Kaye, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer, Arizona Center for Judaic Studies, University of Arizona; Lori Shepherd, Executive Director of the Tucson Jewish Museum & Holocaust Center. Moderated by Sharon Glassberg, MCC, LAC, Clinical Therapist/Wellness & Support Specialist at Jewish Family & Children's Service of Southern Arizona.
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FUNDING FOR THE U.S AND THE HOLOCAUST WAS PROVIDED BY: Bank of America; David M. Rubenstein; the Park Foundation; the Judy and Peter Blum Kovler Foundation; Gilbert S. Omenn and Martha A. Darling; The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations; and by the following members of The Better Angels Society: Jeannie and Jonathan Lavine; Jan and Rick Cohen; Allan and Shelley Holt; the Koret Foundation; David and Susan Kreisman; Jo Carole and Ronald S. Lauder; Blavatnik Family Foundation; Crown Family Philanthropies, honoring the Crown and Goodman Families; the Fullerton Family Charitable Fund; Dr. Georgette Bennett and Dr. Leonard Polonsky; The Russell Berrie Foundation; Diane and Hal Brierley; John and Catherine Debs; and Leah Joy Zell and the Joy Foundation. Funding was also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by public television viewers.
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