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Countering Antisemitism and Hate in Primary Grades

Free Online Event for Educators 
January 28, 2022 @ 10:00 am | Free Online Event for Educators

In honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, we recognize lessons from the Holocaust—lessons that remind us of the destruction that can ensue when hate and intolerance go unchallenged, and that emphasize the importance of countering antisemitism and other forms of hate, starting from a young age.

Join this webinar to hear an expert panel discussion on how to help young learners discover their power to create social change by countering narratives of hate and intolerance.

  • Dr. Kori Street, Finci-Viterbi Interim Executive Director, USC Shoah Foundation
  • Lesly Culp, Head of Programs, Education, USC Shoah Foundation
  • Marilyn Sinclair, Founder, Liberation75
  • Mary Anna Noveck, Learning and Development Specialist (Primary), USC Shoah Foundation
  • Jesse Tannetta, Program Manager, Echoes & Reflections
  • Jean Margaret Smith, Senior Vice President, Public Affairs & Administration, Nickelodeon/Kids & Family Entertainment

Participants will also learn how to access age-appropriate digital resources from USC Shoah Foundation’s IWitness educational website as well as from our partners The Conscious Kid, ADL and Liberation75.

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Start: January 28, 2022 / 10:00 AM
Cost: Free Online Event for Educators
price: Free Online Event for Educators