EVENT

1. EVENT RECAP

  • 1. EVENT RECAP
  • 2. PHOTOS

1. EVENT RECAP

Yad Vashem's Spots of Light Exhibition

On Sunday, February 3, members of the HU Alumni Association, Dallas, took a tour of Yad Vashem’s traveling exhibit Spots of Light: To be a Woman in the Holocaust. The tour was hosted by HU alumna, Amira Shaham-Albalancy and led by Collin College history professor and extremism expert, Alon Milwicki. The exhibition that featured nine aspects of the Jewish woman’s daily life during the Holocaust: love, motherhood, caring for others, womanhood, resistance and rescue, friendship, faith, food, and the arts. Each aspect was accompanied by a personal story, related in the first person. The exhibit was offered in conjunction with International Holocaust Remembrance activities.

2. PHOTOS

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Spots of Light: To be a Woman in the Holocaust entrance
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Randy Friedberg, Michael Bergel, Shelley Allison, Cary Miller and Kathy Friedberg beginning the Spots of Light exhibit
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Panels on Motherhood from Spots of Light
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Alumni Amira Shaham-Albalancy and Michael Bergel connect during the tour
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Kathy Friedberg, Steve and Magda Grunin study panels in the exhibit while HU Alumna Amira Shaham-Albalancy looks on
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