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CU Holocaust Awareness Week

Explore resistance and heroism through the eyes of Holocaust survivors, camp liberators, authors and educators at CU's Holocaust Awareness Week, beginning Monday March 8.

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Crowd Kicks Off Goldberger Week at CU

Over 90 people came out for the opening event of this year's Goldberger Week of Jewish Culture, featuring Dr. Pamela Eisenbaum, Dr. Ira Chernus and Reb Zalman Schacter-Shalomi.

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Refusenik Program Makes Local Connections

The screening of the film "Refusenik," part of the BJCC's Festival of Books and Culture, combined a great film with local eyewitness accounts of the movement to free Soviet Jewry. Click headline to read more.

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An Informal List of Jewish Inventions, Innovations and Radical Ideas

From Kathryn Bernheimer's presentation on why Jews have been innovators in disproportionate numbers at "Smashing the Idols: A Teach-in and Launch of MoVeRs".

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MoVeRs Inaugural Event a “Smash”

Last night, the Program in Jewish Studies at CU launched their MoVeRs Program with “Smashing the Idols” at the UMC on the CU campus. There seemed to be consensus that the evening program was, indeed, a "smash". Click on the headline to read the rest of the story!

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MoVeRs Program Launches Tonight at CU

Tonight, Thursday, October 22 at 7 PM at CU-Boulder’s University Memorial Center 235, the Program in Jewish Studies at CU launches their MoVeRs Program with “Smashing the Idols”. Click on the headline to see the rest of the story!

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