Berg Dining Hall
15600 Mulholland Drive
Bel Air, 90077
The events of the past month have brought antisemitism in the United States to the fore, a topic that cannot and must not be avoided. Holocaust scholar Dr. Michael Berenbaum will consider American antisemitism both in the context of American national life and global manifestations of the Longest Hatred. He will discuss where we are and where we must go.
May the memories of the 11 murdered in Pittsburgh be a blessing.
The lecture begins at 12:15pm.
Boxed lunch pickup begins at 11:45am.
Preregistration is strongly encouraged.
$10: Lecture Only
$24: Lecture with boxed lunch - Select a tuna or vegetarian wrap. Each lunch includes a beverage (a bottle of water or can of soda), fruit cup and cookie.
$15: Lecture Only
Boxed lunch not available without preregistration.
As the Berg Dining Hall is a kosher facility, no outside food is permitted.
About the Speaker
Dr. Michael Berenbaum, Holocaust scholar, Director, Sigi Ziering Institute, Exploring the Ethical & Religious Implications of the Holocaust, and Professor of Jewish Studies, AJU