"Raising Their Voices:
Children’s Resistance through Diary Writing and Song"
Lecture by Dr. Debórah Dwork

Dr. Deborah DworkThursday, December 7
6:00 pm – Reception
7:00 pm – Lecture Begins

Frick Fine Arts Building 

650 Schenley Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15260

$36 for Reception & Lecture
$18 for Lecture Only

FREE Lecture Only option for Survivors and Students (with valid student ID)


Join the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh and the Jewish Studies Program at the University of Pittsburgh for a public lecture by Dr. Debórah Dwork, Professor of Holocaust History at Clark University, currently serving as Scholar-in-Residence at the U. S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. The lecture will focus on the theme of children’s voices and creativity during the Holocaust as a form of resistance. 

Please contact Christina Sahovey at csahovey@hcpgh.org
or 412-939-7289 with any questions.

The full inclusion of people of all abilities is a core value of the Pittsburgh Jewish Community. If you have a disability or need an accommodation, please contact csahovey@hcpgh.org or call 412-939-7289.


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