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Saturday, Sunday, and Monday: Congregation Rodeph Sholom, 7 W. 83rd Street, New York, NY 10024

Friday night: Romemu, 165 W. 105th Street, New York, NY 10025



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Sunday, February 17
 

11:15am

My Dear Children
A screening of the film My Dear Children followed by Q&A with co-director LeeAnn Dance. The film follows one woman’s quest to unravel a family mystery. It’s a journey that reveals a heartbreaking and little known humanitarian tragedy. One hundred years ago, Jews in what today is Ukraine, Moldova, and Belarus suffered through what scholars now call “the holocaust of its day.” Pogroms that swept the region from 1917-1921 killed some 300,000 Jews. It’s a story shared by Jews the world over.

Presenters
avatar for LeeAnn Dance

LeeAnn Dance

LeeAnn Dance is the Co-Producer/Director and writer of My Dear Children. She is an award winning television producer and groundbreaking investigative reporter. She began working with her co-producer/director Cliff Hackel in CNN’s investigative and documentary unit in Washington... Read More →


Sunday February 17, 2019 11:15am - 12:45pm
Room 1 & 2 (5th Floor)

3:30pm

A Forgotten Heroine: The Remarkable Letter and Life of Rachel Mordecai
Meet Rachel Mordecai, a young Jewish teacher from North Carolina who in 1815 took a stand against anti-Semitism through a daring letter of complaint to a famous novelist –- a letter which produced results. Hailed as a heroine by a generation of young Jews, she later stunned many by converting to Christianity. We will explore the life and times of this complex and strong-willed Jewish woman, touching on minority representation in media, assimilation and what it really means to be a Jewish heroine.

Presenters
avatar for Joella Claman

Joella Claman

Joella Clamen is a Philadelphia tour guide who loves Jewish learning. Currently she leads walking tours for the American Jewish Committee which focus on Jewish history in early Philadelphia. She also works as a Program Facilitator at the Museum of the American Revolution and give... Read More →


Sunday February 17, 2019 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Room 4 (5th Floor)