Registration starts on September 5th at 9:00 a.m.!

During this presentation, we will discuss the meaning of resistance, including clear examples of each as demonstrated during the Holocaust. (Smuggling food and even praying while in a concentration camp were forms of resistance!) We will be examining and discussing clips from the following five films: The Courage to Care,Academy Award-winning interviews of those who saved Jews at great risk to their own lives; Defiance, focusing on the bravery and tenacity of the Bielski Brothers; Escape from Sobibor, the true story of the only successful escape from a death camp; Sophie Scholl: The Final Days, the efforts of a secret German organization of college students who were willing to die for their beliefs; and Nicholas Winton/The Power of Good, profiling the great work of Nicholas Winton who rescued hundreds of Jewish children from Czechoslovakia in 1938.

Mr. Robert F. Holden is a senior adjunct Professor of history at Atlantic Cape Community College whose subject of focus is Holocaust and Genocide Studies. He is also a committee member of the South Jersey Holocaust Coalition.

Schedules

  • Occurred Thursday, October 12th, 2017 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Venue

Cape May Court House Library

30 W. Mechanic Street
Cape May Court House, 08210

Contact

Adult Programs Dept.