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A Holocaust Remembrance Lecture: Professor Meri-Jane Rochelson (Florida Int. Univ.) will speak about her book "Eli's Story" that narrates her father's life, a survivor of the Kovno Ghetto. 4/18, 5:30pm, UConn Stamford. [Live Stream]
Speaking Yiddish to Chickens: Join us for a book talk by Seth Stern who chronicled the unlikely gateway to new lives on New Jersey poultry farms for Eastern European refugees – including the author’s grandparents. [Zoom]
Mandell JCC and UConn Judaic Studies renew "ALEPH: The Institute of Jewish Ideas," for a second year of community learning. Under the timely theme "On Jews, Judaism, and the Pursuit of Social Justice," members and organizations are invited to a dive into Jewish history and sources. [Learn more about ALEPH]