Hungarian Jews in the Holocaust A Tribute to Agnes Tennenbaum Part Two
Posted on August 16, 2017 by
Image courtesy of the Birmingham Holocaust Education Center. Photo by Becky Seitel, 2008
Gulf Coast Center for Holocaust and Human Rights Education
Hungarian Jews in the Holocaust
A Tribute to Agnes Tennenbaum
A Workshop Featuring Plater Robinson, Holocaust Education Director with the Southern Institute for Education and Research located in New Orleans
October 28, 2017
8:30 – 4:00
University of South Alabama, UCOM Building
New participants will receive study guides and all participants will receive DVD of video clips and other materials for class instruction. These will highlight the experience of the Hungarian Jews and will feature Agnes Tennenbaum. Previous participants should bring notebooks received in 2016.
All participants are requested to read Mrs. Tennenbaum’s memoir, A Girl Named Rose.
Registration through STI-PD using SARIC#10230. Alabama teachers desiring professional development credit must register online. Others must sign in/out for a certificate to be mailed following the workshop. For additional information contact Cinthia Moore in the SARIC office firstname.lastname@example.org 251 380-2741. The Gulf Coast Center for Holocaust and Human Rights Education offers gratitude to SARIC for their ongoing support of our educational offerings.
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