Fall 2020 Webinars

Fall 2020 Webinar Schedule and Videos

September 17, 2020

A Conversation with Kindertransport Survivor Margot Lobree
4:00-5:00 PM

Listen to Margot as she tells her story of survival through the Kindertransport, what she knows of the family she left behind, and the message she has for all of us. Participate in a question and answer session and learn about the resources the NC Council on the Holocaust has for you to teach about the Kindertransport in your own classroom.

Margot Lobree speaks in a classroom in Winston-Salem, NC.

October 15, 2020

Children in Hiding During the Holocaust
4:00-5:00 PM

This webinar will be presented in partnership with Centropa and will tell the story of Shelly Weiner and Raya Kizhnerman who were hidden children during the Holocaust. Watch the Centropa film about their story before you come to the webinar (see below) and participate in a live question and answer session with them. Learn about the resources that the NC Council on the Holocaust and Centropa have for you to teach about the Holocaust.


November 19, 2020

Eugenics and Experiments in the Holocaust: CANDLES Museum
4:00-5:00 PM

Meet the director of the CANDLES Holocaust Museum & Education Center as she talks about the story of Eva Kor and the resources of their Holocaust center that teachers across the country can access. See how the NC Council on the Holocaust resources can help you teach about Eugenics and medical experiments in the Holocaust.


December 10, 2020

Teaching the Holocaust, Empowering Students

This professional development session presented by the South Carolina Holocaust Council, the NC Council and the Holocaust, and Echoes and Reflections will give you the tools to teach and initiate important discussions about the complex lessons of the Holocaust. In exploring classroom-tested strategies that can be implemented in your classroom, you will leave with increased confidence and effective materials to tackle the tough questions your students have about this subject. The why. The how.


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