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It can be hard to imagine what it must be like to be a survivor of the Holocaust. A dark time in our history, 6 million Jews were murdered during the Holocaust, which took place between 1933 and 1945. Historians estimate that there were 1.5 million children among the 6 million that perished. But for the Phoenix Holocaust Association (PHA), which is located in Scottsdale, the Holocaust is more than just a part of our history; it is a part of their personal history.
Started in the Valley more than 36 years ago, the Phoenix Holocaust Survivors Association, as it was known then, was a place for Holocaust survivors to connect with others with similar experiences. At its core then, as it is now, is recognizing the importance of talking about the Holocaust. And who better to share the stories than those that were there?
Now known as the Phoenix Holocaust Association, we are a unique, regional resource for Holocaust education and remembrance. The Phoenix Holocaust Association promotes human dignity by inspiring people to speak out and take action against hate, bigotry, intolerance and discrimination.
Please Join Us for a Discussion with Major Gen. Mari K. Eder (US Army, Ret'd): The Girls Who Stepped Out of Line Monday Oct 9, 2023 Outrider Rooftop Lounge, Scottsdale @ 6:00 pm RSVP: 3GAZ@phxha.com Please include the names of all attendees and a contact phone number by Friday Oct. 6th!
Glendale, AZ 85021
Sunday October 15, 2023 @ 1 PM Location: BETH EL CONGREGATION 1118 W GLENDALE AVE, PHOENIX, AZ 85021 Free for Holocaust survivors & drivers Guest meals - $20 (Payable in advance or at the door) Mail checks to: PHA, 12701 North Scottsdale Road #122 Scottsdale, AZ 85254 RSVP Susan Getz: SUZE0000@GMAIL.COM
Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States
The Murray and Sabina Zemel z"l Educators Conference on the Holocaust and Genocide The Murray and Sabina Zemel z"l Educators Conference on the Holocaust and Genocide aims to aid Arizona teachers in building programs, developing curricula and sharing best practices in educating on the Holocaust and other genocides. Please join us for a free all-day professional development opportunity for teachers. 2023 Theme: Resistance October 24, 2023 | 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Burton Barr Central Library & Arizona Jewish Historical Society
Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States
Scream the Truth to the World: The Secret Archive of the Warsaw Ghetto During WWII Award-Winning Filmmaker Roberta Grossman Tuesday, Oct 24 | 3:00-4:00 pm Arizona Jewish Historical Society 122 E Culver St, Phoenix Free and open to the public Register here: specialevents.asu.edu/zemelkeynotegrossman An award-winning filmmaker with a passion for history and social justice, Roberta Grossman is a member of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences Documentary Branch and of the Writers Guild of America. What sets her films apart are high production values, beautiful cinematic craftsmanship and inspiring protagonists. Grossman’s films tell stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things in the name of justice. According to Grossman, “making a documentary is like pushing Sisyphus’ rock up a...
Scottsdale, az 85254
Sunday, May 5, 2024 2-5 pm The Valley of the Sun JCC Presented by Phoenix Holocaust Association Center for Jewish Philanthropy will be a program sponsor.