Events

Below is our calendar which contains all events, activities and meetings for the Phoenix Holocaust Association as well as community events. We hope to see you at an upcoming event.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us either through our “Contact Us” page or by emailing info@phxha.com

Upcoming events

15 December 2021

Virtual Event: THE CRATE: A Story Of War, A Murder, And Justice

7:00 pm

Deborah Vadas Levison, an award-winning journalist, tells the extraordinary account of her parents' ordeals during the Holocaust, one of the darkest times in world history. Written in searing, lyrical prose, THE CRATE: A Story Of War, A Murder, And Justice examines man’s seemingly limitless capacity for evil... but also, his capacity for good. RSVP Here for Event THE CRATE: A Story Of War, A Murder, And Justice Registration, Wed, Dec 15, 2021 at 7:00 PM | Eventbrite

11 January 2022

An Interview with Amy Spitalnick Learn about the important work of the IFA and the landmark federal trial

6:00 pm

An Interview with Amy Spitalnick Learn about the important work of the IFA and the landmark federal trial Tuesday, January 11, 2021 at 6:00pm MST 8:00 pm EST on Zoom Amy Spitalnick, a 3G, is Executive Director at Integrity First for America. Amy has extensive experience in government, politics, and advocacy, including as Communications Director and Senior Policy Advisor to the New York Attorney General and Communications Advisor and Spokesperson for the New York City Mayor. Amy has been named a Women in Power Fellow at the 92nd Street Y, a Truman National Security Project Fellow, a City & State 40 Under 40 Rising Star, and a NY Jewish Week 36 Under 36 Changemaker. Perhaps most notably, Amy and the team behind this …

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12 January 2022

Ksenia Coffman: Wikipedia and the Holocaust Sleuth

7:00 pm

    Phoenix Holocaust Association and 3GAZ are Honored to Host A Discussion with: Ksenia Coffman   In November 2015, Ksenia Coffman discovered something amiss in a Wikipedia article about a notorious Nazi and a Holocaust perpetrator. The article drew an apologist picture of an SS death squad's commander who happened to come up with the idea of mobile vans to gas Jews. It was shocking and incomprehensible, as if in a parallel universe. Ms. Coffman dug further into related Wikipedia articles, their sources and individual footnotes. To her surprise and dismay, she found that misrepresentations and glorification of Nazis abounded on Wikipedia. Recognizing this, Ms. Coffman became a one-woman sleuth intent on reducing misinformation related to the crimes of the Nazi regime. Ms. …

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27 February 2022

We Share The Same Sky: The Stories of Unsung Heroes

1:00 pm
Arizona State University, Tempe Campus
Tempe,

Documentary storyteller Rachael Cerrotti, will tell the story of the rescue of the Danish Jews through the experience of her grandmother, Hana Dubova, who was the only Holocaust survivor in her family. Hana escaped Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia for Denmark in 1939 at the age of 14 and Rachael has spent over a decade retracing her history. Using photography, video, audio and personal storytelling, Rachael will talk about how teaching history with modern media and through a contemporary lens can empower students to reflect on their own individual actions and family histories.     Rachael is the author of a book and narrative podcast, both by the name We Share The Same Sky. The award-winning podcast, produced in partnership with USC Shoah Foundation, comes with classroom-ready resources developed …

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