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Israeli Film Series at the Figge

Israeli Film Series  What: Israeli Film Series 2017, presented by the Jewish Federation of the Quad Cities. Where: The Figge Art Museum Auditorium, 225 W. 2nd St., Davenport. How much: Adults, $7; seniors (60 and older) and military, $6; students, … Continue reading

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Conversations with Survivors at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum

The Museum will live stream 9 First Person programs this spring, starting on April 5, 2017 through May 4, 2017. The dates are listed below. The program is one hour long from 11 am to 12 EST, and you can … Continue reading

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Holocaust Film Series 2017

The Lloyd M. Burstein Memorial “Holocaust Film Series 2017” begins March 12, 4:00 pm at the Figge Art Museum: (225 W. 2nd Street, Davenport, IA). Admission: Adults – $7; Seniors (60+) & Military – $6; Students – Free. Sunday, March … Continue reading

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2017 Quad Cities Holocaust Remembrance

Yom HaShoah will be held April 23, 2017, at 7:00 PM at Temple Emanuel (1115 Mississippi Ave., Davenport, IA). Yom HaShoah, or “Day of Remembrance of the Holocaust,” occurs every year in communities around the world. In the Quad Cities, … Continue reading

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Messages of Peace

CommUniversity participants, who attended the Four Sundays in March on “Lessons from the Holocaust,” came together for a group photo during their last session, portraying messages of peace, human rights, fighting racism and prejudice, and lessons from the Holocaust. Signs … Continue reading

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In Remembrance

  In memory of Samuel M. Gilman and for his lifetime of service in the Quad Cities. Sam Gilman was known by many as an amazing man, adoring father/husband and friend. The latter was true even for those who did … Continue reading

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2017 Yom Hashoah Essay Contest Winners

Winners of the Ida S. Kramer “Children and the Holocaust” essay contest, sponsored annually by The Quad Cities Yom Hashoah Committee and opened to Quad City students in grades 7-12, have been announced. Winning essays are posted on the Ida … Continue reading

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