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(2.5 CEs) Museum Series Part 2: Holocaust Memorial Center
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(2.5 CEs) Museum Series Part 2: Holocaust Memorial Center

The Holocaust is a history not only of evil, although the evil is undeniable, but also of great courage, strength and righteousness. Join NASW for a museum tour and survivor testimony at The Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington Hills for Part 2 of our museum series.

 Export to Your Calendar 11/19/2017
When: Sunday, November 19, 2017
From 1-4:15 pm
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Holocaust Memorial Center
28123 Orchard Lake Road
Farmington Hills, Michigan  48334
United States
Contact: Duane Breijak
517-487-1548


Online registration is available until: 11/15/2017
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The Holocaust is a history not only of evil, although the evil is undeniable, but also of great courage, strength and righteousness. Join NASW for a museum tour and survivor testimony at The Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington Hills for Part 2 of our museum series. The Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus has been teaching about the Holocaust and its legacy for more than 25 years, and its building, exhibits and programs have been receiving international accolades and heartfelt thanks from our millions of visitors.

 

It is the mission of the Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus to remember those who perished and survived the Holocaust and, in a world increasingly faced with sectarian strife and intolerance, to set forth the lessons of the Holocaust as a model for teaching ethical conduct and responsible decision-making.  By highlighting those individuals who, in the midst of evil, stood for the best rather than the worst of human nature, the Holocaust Memorial Center seeks to contribute to maintaining an open, free society. For more information about the museum, visit www.holocaustcenter.org.

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand what the Holocaust was and it's implications for understanding human nature.
  • To learn about the plight of victims to better understand the emotional impact on their psyches and lives.
  • To understand what can be learned about preventing genocide and mass atrocities through study of the Holocaust and other Nazi crimes.

2.5 CEs will be available for licensed social workers. $15 for students, $20 for NASW members, $30 for non-members. Registration cost includes admission into the museum.

 

Space is extremely limited.

 

Our speaker will start at 1:15pm, so please arrive by 1:00pm to get checked in. Museum tour will start around 2:30pm and end around 4:00pm.

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