Expressions of Hate:
Jan 22, NYC
7 p.m.
Bnai Zion Auditorium
136 E. 39th St.
212-725-1211 ext 222
Sponsored by Bnai Zion, The New York Board of Rabbis and the America Israel Friendship League,
Panel Discussion at the America Israel Friendship League, moderated by Rabbi Joseph Potasnik

Jan. 27
Cambridge Mass
The Consulate General of Italy, Consulate General of Israel, American Jewish Committee and
Dante Alighieri Society cordially invite you to:

Memory and the Arts
featuring Musica Concentrationaria – Music from Concentration Camps
a documentary film by Francesco Lotoro
Live musical performance, art exhibit about the Holocaust and by Holocaust survivors,speakers and refreshments.
Admission is free of charge but RSVP is required.
When: Sunday, January 27, 2:00 p.m.
Where: Dante Alighieri Society, 41 Hampshire Street, Cambridge
RSVP and further information: American Jewish Committee, 617-457.8700 or
Italian Consulate General:, 617-722-9302


Mar. 26
Maitland Florida
Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Florida
To Honor
At March 26 Dinner

The Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Florida, honor Alexis and Jim Pugh, Jr. at annual
Dinner of Tribute
Wednesday March 26, 2008 at the Rosen Plaza Hotel.

“Honoring the Pughs brings us particular pleasure, since our mission – to build a just, caring and inclusive community free of anti-Semitism and all forms of racism and bigotry – is one they live and practice every day,” said Pam Kancher, Executive Director of the Center. “This is evident by the life they lead and the organizations and causes that benefit from Alexis and Jim’s time, talents and generosity. And, most importantly, they have been faithful supporters of our Center where Jim is an active board member.”
The Dinner of Tribute will be held at The Rosen Plaza Hotel on International Drive.
Reservations are required and tables are available at various sponsorship levels.
For information or to make reservations call 407-628-0555.

April 1

Justice Illuminated:

The Art of Arthur Szyk

The Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Central Florida, 851 North Maitland Avenue,
Justice illuminated: the Art of Arthur Szyk on April 1, 2008.
There is no admission charge.

This exhibition invites the viewer to encounter Arthur Szyk’s artistic vision of a world of beauty and horror, of hope and despair, of freedom and terror – a world of times past; yet a world not very different of our own.

In the 1940s, Arthur Szyk was perhaps the most prominent artist in the United States advocating the rescue of Europe’s Jews. When Hitler came into power in Germany in 1933, the artist immediately began attacking the regime for its anti-Jewish policy, and with the outbreak of war his determination increased. In exhibitions, editorial cartoons, and illustrations for newspapers campaigns, he sought to draw America’s attention to Nazi genocide.

The exhibit is organized and circulated by The Arthur Szyk Society, Burlingame, California.

The Deutsches Historisches [German Historical] Museum, Berlin, in collaboration with the Arthur Szyk Society, recently announced the opening of a major exhibition of the artwork of Arthur Szyk. The nearly 5,000 square foot exhibition will take place in the I. M. Pei Building with an opening night press conference on Thursday, August 28, 2008, and run through Sunday, January 4, 2009.

Hours at the Center are Sunday 1pm to 4pm, Monday – Thursday 9am to 4pm and Friday 9am to 1pm. For information please call 407-628-0555. To schedule field trips please contact Mr. Mitchell Bloomer, Director of Education and Resource Teacher at