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B'nai Binge Streaming Programming List for September 29 by Laurie Baron and Beth Chernoff

All Times Are Eastern Standard Time

Thursday, Sept. 29

11 am
Judith Klitsner, “Noah and Jonah: How Similar Stories Say Opposite Things About Human Transformation,” Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies,

11:30 am
Ruth Westheimer, “My Life as an Israeli,” Center for Israel Studies, American University,

12 pm
Noah Hysler Rubin, “Digitizing Jerusalem's Archives: Urban Heritage in the age of Digital Culture,” Schusterman Center for Israel Studies, Brandeis University,

12 pm
Ethel Brooks, Ioanida Costache, and László Csősz, “Forgotten, Ignored, and Distorted Histories of Romani People: Past and Present,” Center for the Study of Holocaust/Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity, CUNY Graduate Center,

1 pm
Debra Kaplan, Alex Kay, Sharon Mintz, and Joshua Teplitsky, “Be Fruitful! The Etrog in Jewish Art, Culture, and History,” Jewish Studies, Fordham University,

1 pm
Hillel Yadin, “How to Do Research at YIVO: What Is an Archive,” YIVO,

2 pm
Ronen Steinke, “Anna and Dr Helmy: How an Arab Doctor Saved a Jewish Girl in Hitler’s Berlin,” Leo Baeck Institute,

2 pm
Tali Nates, “Remembering the Holocaust in the United Kingdom,”

3 pm-11 pm
Resisting an Ancient Hatred: Antisemitism in Church and Society, Pacific Lutheran University,

3:30 pm
Evgenia Kempinski, “Siberian Jews,” Orange County Jewish Community Scholar Program,

6:30 pm
Martin Dean, “Babi Yar Commemoration,” Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center,

7 pm
Zackary Sholem Berger, "Sutzkever Essential Prose," Yiddish Book Center,

7:30 pm
The Braid, “The Art of Forgiveness,” Museum of Jewish Heritage,

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