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You Visit Tour. Webb Lion Fountain. June 1 2017. Photo David B. Hollingsworth


"Responding to Evil: Lessons from the Holocaust for a Post 9/11 World," a conference exploring evil and various human responses, such as collaboration, resistance, rescue and spirituality, will be Monday through Wednesday, June 16-18, at Old Dominion University's Ted Constant Convocation Center.

Speakers will include Michael Berenbaum, author, lecturer, teacher and consultant for museums and films. From 1988-93, Berenbaum was project director for the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, overseeing its creation.

Cost: $25 a day, lunch included.

The event is sponsored by The Holocaust Commission of the United Jewish Federation of Tidewater. For more information or registration, contact Betsy O. Karotkin by phone at 671-1600, e-mail at betsyk@ujft.org or via the commission Web site at www.holocaustcommission.org.

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