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Previous HEW Programs

Holocaust Education Week 2016
The Future of Memory

Full program guide available to download here in PDF.
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About the cover: 

Cover illustration by Amy Friend

For an HEW-commisioned series, visual artist Amy Friend explored the early 20th century collections of the Ontario Jewish Archives. The archivists believe that this photograph, along with several others included in the Eternal Light exhibit, comes from Vilnius, Lithuania, circa 1920s. For more information see pages 15, 26 - 31 in the downloadable program guide.  

 

Click here to download a PDF of the 2015 HEW program: Liberation: Aftermath and Rebirth 

Click here
to download a PDF of the 2014 HEW program: Collaboration.

Click here to download a PDF of the 2013 HEW program: National Narratives.

Click here to download a PDF of the 2012 HEW program: Culture of Memory.

Click here to download a PDF of the 2011 HEW program: Accountability.

Click here to download a PDF of the 2010 HEW program:  We Who Survived.

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