“Raising Their Voices: Children’s Resistance through Diary Writing and Song,” Lecture by Dr. Debórah Dwork | Frick Fine Arts Building | Other Stuff | Pittsburgh City Paper
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“Raising Their Voices: Children’s Resistance through Diary Writing and Song,” Lecture by Dr. Debórah Dwork 

When: Thu., Dec. 7, 7-9 p.m. 2017
Phone: 412-939-7289
Email: csahovey@hcpgh.org
Price: Tickets for the reception and lecture are $36 General Admission Tickets for the lecture only are $18, and free for students and survivors.
jfedpgh.org/dwork-reception
Join the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh and the Jewish Studies Program at the University of Pittsburgh for a public lecture by Dr. Debórah Dwork, Professor of Holocaust History at Clark University, currently serving as Scholar-in-Residence at the U. S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. The lecture will focus on the theme of children’s voices and creativity during the Holocaust as a form of resistance. Tickets are also available to attend a private reception with Dr. Dwork at 6:00 pm, also in the Frick Fine Arts Building.

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