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VOG at Texas Christian University

Hate, Holocaust, and the Search for Humanity: Survivors’ Perspectives

On Tuesday, April 5 a class presentation by Julie Kohner featured Echoes of the Past, along with classroom discussion. In the afternoon, a panel discussion was moderated by Dr. Michael Berenbaum, Director of the Sigi Ziering Institute at American Jewish University, with Rosian Bagriansky Zerner, a Holocaust survivor, and Julie Kohner, the daughter of a Holocaust survivor. The evening culminated with Voices of the Generations featured as the keynote presentation.

This event was sponsored by the TCU Department of Religion Green Honors Chair and Brite Divinity School Gates of Chair.

Special thanks to the Jewish Federation of Fort Worth and Tarrant County, and Texas Christian University for making our VOG program and visit possible.

VOG sponsored visit by Butler Community College

Julie Kohner, Founder and CEO of Voices of the Generations, presented the VOG program to an enthusiastic audience of high school grades 10-12, community college freshman and sophomores at Andover High School in El Dorado, Kansas. The well received program was sponsored by Butler Community College, and covered by the Butler College television station and Lantern newspaper at Butler College. image