Join us for a screening of the documentary, Grandchildren of Holocaust Survivors: Anything Can Happen Again, by filmmakers Deena Dlusy-Apel and Max Beer, on November 23rd at 7pm at the Museum.
In this film, the grandchildren of Holocaust survivors are interviewed over Zoom during COVID. They discuss the influence their grandparent(s) had on them and the impact of these relationships on their lives. Many interviewees also reflect upon the rise of antisemitism and what this means for the future of the Jewish community.
The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers.
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