Memorial ensemble at Salaspils, Latvia

 

As the population of Holocaust survivors declines and antisemitism across the globe escalates, The Gross Family Center for the Study of Antisemitism and the Holocaust is on the front lines working to raise awareness of the Holocaust through powerful and educational public programming that addresses the history of the Holocaust, the singular most catastrophic genocide in history, and its consequences including the challenges of contemporary antisemitism.

The Gross Family Center for the Study of Antisemitism and the Holocaust is a program of the Gayle and Paul Gross Family Foundation.

Event Schedule

Living With The Sins Of Their Fathers: The Children Of Nazi War Criminals

January 10, 2021
Dr. Irving Berkowitz
Temple Beth El, West Palm Beach

The son of Holocaust survivors, Dr. Irving Berkowitz is a widely respected scholar and public speaker on the Holocaust and contemporary antisemitism.

Why Jews Are Worrying About Their Democratic Party Roots

January 24, 2021
Michelle Terris and Sofia Manolesco
Temple Beth El, West Palm Beach

The annihilation of traditions leads to inevitable persecution of those who practice their culture. They are seen as opposing State control. One cannot serve two masters: G-d or the State. Exposing the socialist lie can dampen the explosion of contemporary antisemitism.

The Campus War Against Israel & Jews

February 21, 2021
Dr. Richard L. Cravatts
Fountains Country Club, Lake Worth, Florida

Richard Cravatts, PhD, is the author of “Dispatches from the War Against Israel & Jews” and a leading authority on academic antisemitism and Israel hatred.

The New/Old Antisemitism – How 19th Century Socialist Antisemitism Led to Today’s New Antisemitism

March 7, 2021
Daniel Greenfield
Indian Spring Country Club, Boynton Beach

Daniel Greenfield is an investigative journalist covering terrorism, the Middle East, and antisemitism in Europe.

Failure of Jewish Leadership and its Consequences

March 14, 2021
Avi Goldwasser
Fountains Country Club, Lake Worth, Florida

Avi GoldWasser has been an activist on college campuses for over 15 years. He co-founded, and was the Executive Director of The David Project, an organization dedicated to teaching college and high school students about the Middle East conflict.

Foreign Funding Fueling Jew Hatred on Campus

April 11, 2021
Michael J Bass
Fountains Country Club, Lake Worth, Florida

Over the last decade, Michael has extensively researched and investigated antisemitism on college campuses, and their funding by hostile nations working to delegitimize Israel and its supporters.

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