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Classrooms Without Borders, in partnership with Rodef Shalom Congregation and the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, is excited to offer the opportunity to watch the film “Eva: A-7063” and engage in a post-film discussion with Dr. Michael Berenbaum, who was featured in the film, and Ted Green, the film’s director.
Educators attending this program are eligible to receive Pennsylvania Act 48 continuing education credits.
About EVA A-7063
As a 10-year-old Mengele Twin, Eva Kor suffered the worst of the Holocaust. At 50, she launched the biggest manhunt in history. Now in her 80s, she urgently circles the globe to promote the controversial lesson her journey has taught: Healing through forgiveness. Narrated by Hollywood icon Ed Asner, Eva: A-7063 tells the full story of this historic figure for the first time, tracking her from Auschwitz to Israel to the United States — even into the U.S. Capitol for her jaw-dropping arrest — and ultimately to her courageous return to the Nazi death camp. It reveals her hidden pain, unbridled rage and the unextinguished love for humanity that transformed her into an international spokeswoman followed by millions. Eva’s is a triumph of hope, and this film is her legacy piece.
Dr. Michael Berenbaum
Dr. Michael Berenbaum is a writer, lecturer, and teacher consulting in the conceptual development of museums and historical films. He is director of the Sigi Ziering Institute: Exploring the Ethical and Religious Implications of the Holocaust at the American Jewish University, where he is also a Professor of Jewish Studies.
He was the Executive Editor of the Second Edition of the Encyclopaedia Judaica that reworked, transformed, improved, broadened and deepened, the now classic 1972 work and consists of 22 volumes, sixteen million words with 25,000 individual contributions to Jewish knowledge. For three years, he was President and Chief Executive Officer of the Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation. He was the Director of the United States Holocaust Research Institute at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and the Hymen Goldman Adjunct Professor of Theology at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. From 1988–93 he served as Project Director of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, overseeing its creation. He also served as Deputy Director of the President’s Commission on the Holocaust, where he authored its Report to the President.
Berenbaum is the author and editor of twenty books, scores of scholarly articles, and hundreds of journalistic pieces. His most recent books include: Not Your Father’s Antisemitism, A Promise to Remember: The Holocaust in the Words and Voices of Its Survivors and After the Passion Has Passed: American Religious Consequences, a collection of essays on Jews, Judaism and Christianity, Religious Tolerance and Pluralism occasioned by the controversy that swirled around Mel Gibson’s film, The Passion. He was the conceptual developer on the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Educational Center and played a similar function as conceptual developer and chief curator of the Belzec Memorial at the site of the Death Camp. He is currently at work on the Memorial Museum to Macedonian Jewry in Skopje, the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, and the Holocaust and Humanity Center in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Ted Green Writer | Director | Producer
In 2010, Ted Green switched to filmmaking after 20 years as a newspaper journalist. Since then he has produced seven documentaries and won 17 regional Emmys including Best Documentary four times.
“Eva: A-7063” Film and Discussion with Dr. Michael Berenbaum and Film Director Ted Green
Thursday, September 24 @ 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
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