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B'nai Binge Streaming Programming List for September 12 by Laurie Baron and Beth Chernoff

All Times Are Eastern Standard Time

Monday, September 12

12 pm
Shuki Taylor, Ben Jacobs, and Brett Stephens, “The ‘Shoulds’ of Jewish Education,” Sapir,

12 pm
r. Peter Pettit, Christian Stückl, and Rebecca Carter-Chand, “Reimagining the Oberammergau Passion Play after the Holocaust,” US Holocaust Memorial Museum,

12 pm
Shawn Zelig Aster, "The Modern David and Goliath: Environment, Heritage and Archaeology in Israel," Azrieli Institute of Israel Studies, Concordia University,

1 pm
Justin Cammy, Adrian Rosas, and Ya Jhu-Yang, “Jewish Vilna,” YIVO,

1 pm
Eliezer Diamond, “The Journey Toward Repentance and Forgiveness,” Jewish Theological Seminary,

1 pm
Jan Burzlaff, Daniela Ozacky Stern, Daniel Reiser, Rachel Einwohner, Havi Dreifuss, and Boaz Cohen, Warsaw Ghetto: Sociology, Theology, Resistance, Holocaust Studies Program, Western Galilee College,

3 pm
Sharon Kangisser Cohen, “The Fate of Jewish Children Under Nazi Control,” Echoes and Reflections,

4 pm
Shula Mola, "I was not black, I became black here: Formation of Blackness in Israel,” Jewish Studies, Harvard University,

4 pm
Larissa Remennick, "Immigration to Israel: From the Jewish National Shelter to Attractive Global Destination," Tanenbaum Center for Jewish Studies, University of Toronto,

6 pm
Shoshana Nambi, “How I Became a Ugandan Rabbinical Student,” Hadassah Southern Arizona,;jsessionid=00000000.app20006a?view=Tickets&id=107550&NONCE_TOKEN=E4A287FBABA35A0F9A138658D92D824C

7 pm
An Evening with Justice Elena Kagan, Streicker Center, Temple Emanu-El,

7:30 pm
Fran Sternberg, “Grossaktion Warschau and the Deportation and Destruction of Warsaw Jewry,” Midwest Center for Holocaust Education,

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