Please join us for the annual community wide Kristallnacht Commemoration.
In 1933 Germany, under the Nazi regime, thousands of books deemed ‘un-German’ were burned in an act of national censorship. This event served as a precursor to Kristallnacht just five years later.
Join Dr. Ann Millin, Distinguished Visiting Professor of Holocaust Studies at Richard Stockton University, and former Historian of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, for a conversation about the history of the book burnings that took place 90 years ago, and the connection to modern day book bans in schools today.
A Q&A session will follow Dr. Millin’s talk.
PLEASE NOTE: Though we encourage you to attend this engaging evening in person, there is an option to view this event through livestream. Be sure to indicate that you will be “attending virtually” when RSVPing to ensure that you will receive the link. Any questions you may have for our speakers can be submitted prior to, the event, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.