Circle Series: Godwin's law: where the conversation begins?
Nov
28
7:00 PM19:00

Circle Series: Godwin's law: where the conversation begins?

  • Congregation Emanu-El, 4th Floor (Leventritt room) (map)
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Today’s political discourse has seen a rise in references to the Holocaust.

"Godwin's Law" asserts that as an online discussion progresses, the greater the chance of a comparison involving Hitler, the Nazis or the Holocaust.  From Trump, to refugees, to hate crimes, Godwin’s Law is applied with increasing frequency.  Nazi or Holocaust references aren't just relegated to online discussions, but have become talking points made by pundits and politicians.

  • Is this an affirmation of Holocaust memory or an abuse of it?  
  • Where is the line to be drawn and by whom?
  • As guardians of our family's history and legacy how can we ensure Holocaust memory is not abused?

Join Alexis Fishman and Dan Brooks as we discuss this important topic

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3GNY Guided Exhibit Tour - Museum of Jewish Heritage
Nov
2
6:30 PM18:30

3GNY Guided Exhibit Tour - Museum of Jewish Heritage

Join a unique guided tour and social gathering at the Museum of Jewish Heritage

3GNY has arranged a guided tour of the Operation Finale exhibit.  While at the museum, explore its other exhibits, like the New Dimensions interactive testimony installation

We'll grab drinks afterwards at a nearby bar

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Please be on time as the tour will begin promptly at 6:35p

Operation Finale: The Capture & Trial of Adolf Eichmann

Operation Finale documents one of the great spy thrillers of the 20th century, examines the enormity of the crimes committed during the Nazi regime, and calls on us to consider the meaning of justice and accountability.

The Nazi responsible for the murder of millions of innocent people may well have lived out his days in Argentina as “Ricardo Klement” - until fate, a Holocaust survivor, and Israel’s foreign intelligence service intervened.

Explore recently declassified artifacts and immersive multimedia presentations that reveal the secret history behind the capture, extradition, and trial of one of the world’s most notorious war criminals.

New Dimensions in Testimony Installation

New Dimensions in Testimony℠ is an interactive testimony installation. The first of its kind in the New York area, New Dimensions in Testimony℠ allows visitors to have “virtual conversations” with Holocaust survivors Pinchas Gutter and Eva Schloss. Visitors ask questions and lifelike projections of Pinchas and Eva answer those questions in real time—offering personal reflections about life before, during, and after the Holocaust. Specialized recording and display technologies and next-generation natural language processing revolutionize the ways we can communicate and learn from each other across time and space.

 

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3GNY Fall Foliage Walk
Oct
29
11:00 AM11:00

3GNY Fall Foliage Walk

unfortunately, this event has been cancelled due to inclement weather


Join 3GNY for a fall foliage hike through old-growth forest - without leaving NYC!

The New York Botanical Gardens, an easy 20-minute Metro-North ride from Grand Central, contains the largest uncut expanse of New York’s original wooded landscape. This is a great event for 3GNY'ers who want to get exercise, see beautiful scenery, or recharge in nature before starting a busy week (maybe all three).  After, we'll lunch at one of the grounds cafeterias. 

 

 

 

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3GNY Intergenerational Brunch with Holocaust Survivor Speaker
Oct
15
11:00 AM11:00

3GNY Intergenerational Brunch with Holocaust Survivor Speaker

3GNY Intergenerational Brunch

3GNY invites you, your parents, grandparents, siblings, children, and friends to join us for our intergenerational brunch - a lox and smear filled kosher event with our esteemed guest speaker, Holocaust survivor Jacqueline Kimmelstiel, who will share her story of survival and perseverance. 

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All ages welcome.  Kosher dietary laws observed.  Catering by Legendary Affairs

Special Guest Speaker: Jacqueline Kimmelstiel
Jacqueline Kimmelstiel was born in Frankfurt, Germany.  When the Nazis came to power in 1933, she moved to France with her parents and older brother.  In 1940, they began moving through Nice, Limoges and small French villages to escape the Nazis.  Her immediate family survived the war and moved to New York City in 1947 on her 20th birthday.  She met her husband Albert Kimmelstiel, an Auschwitz survivor, in night school in New York.  They married in 1950 and had two sons.  Jacqueline has five grandchildren and one great-grandson. 

 

 

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3GNY Central Park Walk
Jun
25
11:00 AM11:00

3GNY Central Park Walk

  • 10 Columbus Circle New York, NY, 10019 United States (map)
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Have you ever walked from one end of Central Park to another? Join 3GNY as we walk the length of Central Park together. This will be a great event for people who want to get some (free) exercise on Sunday morning, meet new people, or both. At the end of the walk, we'll held over to a Kosher bagel place for brunch. 

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Circle Series: Kristallnacht
Jun
22
7:00 PM19:00

Circle Series: Kristallnacht

Join Alexis Fishman and Dan Brooks in discussing Kristallnacht and the implication of this horrific pogrom for the Jews of Germany and Europe. We will spend time reading, discussing, watching video clips and using other interactive techniques to help us learn a little more about our grandparents WW2 experiences.  

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