Spring 2022 Webinars and Workshops

Spring 2022 Webinar and Workshops

Teaching Night

February 8, 2021, 7:30-8:30 PM

Join us as we share resources you can use to teach Night in your classroom. We will have Christina Chavarria from the USHMM to share their varied resources and answer any questions about their use in the classroom. Classroom-tested and ready to use lessons from NC teachers will also be shared before you get to hear from Holocaust survivor Zev Harel about his experiences in Auschwitz as he answers specific questions related to Night. This will be a webinar via Zoom, so spots are limited.

Click here to access the resources shared for Teaching Night in this webinar

Women in the Holocaust

February 22, 2022, 7:30-8:30 PM

Learn from a historian from the USHMM on the topic of women in the Holocaust in this webinar via Zoom on February 22nd. Teachers will also receive resources they can use to teach about the roles women played during this time in history. Join us for this stimulating evening!

She Wouldn’t Take Off Her Boots: NC’s First Women’s Holocaust Monument

March 17, 2022, 7:30-8:30 PM

Hear from artist Victoria Carlin in her studio where she is working on the memorial about her inspiration and vision for the monument that will be installed in Greensboro, NC. Also hear from Holocaust survivor Shelly Weiner as she talks about her role with the memorial and how it reflects her own story of survival.

Resistance in the Holocaust

March 23, 2022; 7:00-8:30 PM

Join us for a virtual webinar as we explore the topic of resistance in the Holocaust. Hear from a historian, an author, and experience lessons that you can take back to your classroom and use right away.

A Conversation with a USHMM Holocaust Survivor

April 27, 2022; 4:00-5:00 PM

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum will host a webinar via Zoom with one of their survivors on this date. We invite you to come and hear from the survivor Rose-Helene Spreiregen. The first half of the program will involve the survivor telling their story and the second half of the program will be questions from the audience. Please join us for this important testimony.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE RECORDING OF THIS WEBINARhttps://ushmm.app.box.com/s/ypledhfr8rkdebpdrgyim3rehs7zjc6w

Deadly Medicine: Nazi and American Eugenics

April 29, 2022; 8:00 AM-3:30 PM at Asheville Middle School in Asheville, NC

Join us for an in-person workshop to learn about the Eugenics movement in America and Germany and how it drove Nazi Ideology. Hear a senior historian from the USHMM, listen to a survivor, and walk through lessons you can use in your classroom right away on this topic. Sign up now, as spots are limited!

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