Tot Shabbat

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JCC PARENT & INFANT/TODDLER DEPARTMENT
INVITES YOU TO JOIN US FOR

TOT SHABBAT

Ages 6 months- 5 years with a parent or caregiver

Candelighting * Songs * Kiddush * Challah Snack

FREE

THE JEWISH MUSEUM OF MARYLAND, 15 LLOYD STREET, BALTIMORE
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL CINDY NEUMAN 410.356.5200 X344 OR EMAIL CNEUMAN@JCC.ORG

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In Each Other’s Shoes: African American and Jews Sharing Spaces and Perspectives: Past, Present and Future Panel Discussion

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Tuesday, May 10, 2011

7:00-9:00 p.m.

FREE

Learn about how Baltimore’s historic synagogues are now homes to African-American churches.  Neil Rubin, editor of The Baltimore Jewish Times will be on hand to moderate a panel with Rabbi Andrew Busch of Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, Reverend Charles T. Sembly of Union Bethel African Methodist Episcopal in Randallstown, and Morgan University architecture student, Kordae Henry who will all share their perspectives of sharing sacred spaces.

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Life and Loss in the Shadow of the Holocaust: A Jewish Family’s Untold Story

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Life and Loss in the Shadow of the Holocaust: A Jewish Family's Untold Story
Sunday March 4, 1-3pm
Book Talk and Signing

This program will take place at the Myerberg Center

Join authors Rebecca Boehling and Uta Larkey as they reveal a family's recently discovered correspondence that provides the inspriation for this fascinating and deeply-moving account of the Kaufmann-Steinberg family's life before, during, and after the Holocaust. This family's unique eight-way correspondence across two generations brings into sharp focus the dilemma of Jews in Nazi Germany facing the painful decision of when and if they should leave Germany, and how a family was pulled apart under the Nazi regime and left divided in Germany, the US, and Palestine.  The authors capture the family memebers' fluctuating emotions of hope, optimism, resignation, and despair as well as the day-to-day concerns, experiences, and dynamics of family life despite increasing persecution and impending deportation

RSVP to Rachel Cylus, rcylus@jewishmuseummd.org, 410.732.6400 x215

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