The Institute for Holocaust Education will be holding our 8th annual Week of Understanding - March 19-23, 2018

Week of Understanding is an annual educational initiative created by the Institute for Holocaust Education and the Omaha Public Schools. The week is designed to deliver Holocaust survivor testimony to a maximum number of students in one school week.  The IHE anticipates well over 5,000 students from 30 different schools will participate in the program this year.

***Special Engagements for the Public***

Dr. Mark Wygoda
“Comandante Enrico”, My Father’s Holocaust Resistance

          Tuesday, March 20                                                                                                                                               Wednesday, March 21
          Countryside Community Church (8787 Pacific Street)                                    >>>  & <<<                                      OPL - Millard Branch (13214 Westwood Lane) 
          7pm                                                                                                                                                                       6:30pm
          in collaboration with the Center for Faith Studies
                                                                                                  Both engagements are free and open to the public

A Roll of the Dice
Testimony of Holocaust survivor and author, Agnes Schwartz

March 21
Durham Museum, Truhlsen Hall
Reservations required to 402-444-5071 or reservations@DurhamMuseum.org
-museum admission applies

For the 2018 Week of Understanding, local Holocaust survivors Fred Kader, Bea Karp, Kitty Williams, Lila Lutz, Milt Kleinberg, and Marcel Kahn will be joined by several out-of-town speakers. 

Click here to register. 

If you have any questions regarding this event, contact info@ihene.org