Lost but not Forgotten: 'Our Town' is a conference
for educators, students, and the public. In a series of lectures,
interactive workshops, and presentations, as well as exhibits, music,
and dance programs, this conference will explore the nature of prejudice
and hatred when taken to their ultimate extremes. More than half
a century after the event, we are the bridge between the past and
the future, charged with a two-fold mission: to remember the human
tragedies of the Holocaust and to teach them to our children, so
that future generations will be educated in appreciating diversity
and hereby guard against a repetition of such heinous crimes against
humanity. [Click here for more information about the Conference.]
- Online registration is now available!
- You can now view the Conference brochure using the Adobe Acrobat Reader. (The Adobe Acrobat Reader is free and can be downloaded from Adobe's website.)
- An Opening Reception will be held Tuesday, March 6, at 7 pm in Hodges Library for two exhibitions being held in conjunction with the Holocaust Conference: Portrait of Survival: Photographs of Holocaust Survivors and Fragile Reminders: The Effects of WWII on Poland and the Polish People. [Click here for more information.]
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