The Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, part of the National Archives, will host Never Again IS Now, a virtual Holocaust Educators Conference on Tuesday, November 2, 2021, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. ET.
Speakers will share proven strategies for using primary sources to combat Holocaust denial, antisemitism, and other forms of racism — in person and online. Participants will learn to communicate how and why the Holocaust happened in order to strengthen students’ critical thinking skills about their roles in society.
Presenters include FDR Library Education Specialist Jeffrey Urbin, Morgenthau Scholar-in-Residence Abby Gondek, and experts from the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, 3GNY, and Echos and Reflections.
The conference is free and open to interested educators, but registration is required. Contact Education Specialist Jeffrey Urbin at email@example.com.
Registrants can attend as many sessions as their schedules allow. Attendance certificates can be acquired for those seeking to earn professional development credit. Panels will be recorded and made available online afterwards.
Learn more and see the full agenda on the FDR Library website.
Made possible in cooperation with the Jewish Federation of Dutchess County, NY.