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July 08, 1994 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-07-08

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Holocaust Center
Holds Seminars

In celebration of its 10th an-
niversary, the Holocaust Memo-
rial Center will sponsor a
seminar on the Holocaust for ed-
ucators July 11-14. The featured
speakers will offer participants
valuable perspectives in ap-
proaching and teaching the Holo-
caust. The seminar sessions are
open only to educators. All teach-
ers, from elementary school
through university level, are wel-
come. Everyone is invited to at-
tend the public lectures. All
seminar sessions and public lec-
tures are free of charge.
The presenters include: Dr.
David S. Wyman, professor
emeritus of the University of
Massachusetts and author of The

Abandomnent of the Jews: Amer-
ica and the Holocaust, 1941-1945;
Captain Rudolph W. Patzert, cap-
tain of a rescue ship that tried to
smuggle 1,500 Holocaust sur-
vivors past the British blockade
and into Palestine in 1947; Dr.
Steven Katz, professor of Jewish
history and religion at Cornell
University and the author of The
Holocaust in Historical Context;
Dave Welcome, teacher at Lahser
High School in Bloomfield Hills
who developed the semester
course "Prejudice and the Holo-
caust' for juniors and seniors; Jan
Karski, courier for the Polish gov-
ernment-in-exile and the first to
bring proof of the Nazi annihi-
lation of the Jews to Western
leaders. He is a professor emeri-
tus of Eastern European affairs
at Georgetown University.
Also, Rabbi Charles H. Rosen-
zveig, founder and executive vice
president of the Holocaust Memo-
rial Center; Loren Willey and
Eileen Kerr, teachers with the
Clio School District. They present
seminars on the Holocaust to
teachers around the state.
The seminar schedule is as fol-
lows: July 11 - 10 a.m. seminar
session, Dr. Wyman, "The Rele-
vance of the Holocaust to the
Contemporary World"; 7:30 p.m.
public lecture, Dr. Wyman, "The
American Response to the Holo-
caust." July 12 - 10 a.m. semi-
nar session, Capt. Patzert,
"Running the,Palestine Block-
ade"; 3 p.m. seminar session, Dr.
Katz, "The Holocaust in Histor-
ical Contest"; 7:30 p.m. public lec-
ture, Dr. Katz, "The Holocaust in
Historical Context"; July 13 -10
a.m. seminar session, Dave Wel-
come, "Prejudice and the Holo-
caust: Teaching the Lessons of
the Holocaust"; 2 p.m. seminar
session, "The Western Leaders'
Responses During the Holocaust:
A Message Heard But Not Heed-
ed," a taped interview with Jan
Karski, Rabbi Charles H. Rosen-
zweig, moderator; July 14 -10

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David Wyman

a.m. seminar session, Loren Wil-
ley and Eileen Kerr, "Teaching
the Holocaust in Elementary and
Secondary School Settings"; 2
p.m. seminar session, to be
announced.
The public lectures will be held
in the DeRoy Theatre of the
Maple/Drake Jewish Community
Center. The seminar sessions will
be held in the conference room of
the Holocaust Memorial Center.
Advance registration is neces-
sary. For information and res-
- ervations, call HMC, (810)
661-0840.

ADL Plans
Friendraiser

Marcia and Roger Fenton and
Patti and Steve Tapper have
been named to co-chair the
fourth annual ADL Friendraiser
at Tam O'Shanter Country Club
Aug. 31.
The evening will feature the
political satire troupe, Capitol
Steps. The group is composed of
current and former Congres-
sional staffers who take a hu-
morous look at serious issues
while providing big laughs for the
audience.
This event, Sponsored by
friends and board members of the
ADL, is a benefit to underwrite
local programming of the Anti-
Defamation League's Michigan
office designed to combat anti-
Semitism in Southeastern Michi-
gan.

Yiddish Vinkle
Sets Meeting

The Workmen's Circle Yiddish
Vinkle will meet at the Work-
men's Circle Center, 26341
Coolidge in Oak Park, July 10 at
2 p.m. The group is open to all
those interested in speaking and
listening to Yiddish.

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