The Holocaust Center’s Strategies for Action series brings
people, communities, and thought leaders together to dialogue about social
justice issues and the importance of taking action. From virtual lunch &
learns to in-person programming for students and adults, we hope you’ll join us for a future Strategies for Action program.
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Watch Previous Strategies for Action Recordings
Gun Violence in the U.S.: Information and Strategies for Action Original Program Date: June 24, 2022 About the Program: The program “Gun Violence in U.S.:
How to Talk With Children About Pulse Remembrance Week and Why It Matters Original Program Date: June 09, 2022 About the Program: During Pulse
Uprooting Prejudice: A Community Conversation with Daryl Davis, Jeff Schoep, and Scott Shepherd Original Program Date: April 2, 2022 About the Program: Speaker and activist
Uprooting Prejudice: A Student Conversation for Change with Daryl Davis, Jeff Schoep, and Scott Shepherd
Uprooting Prejudice A Student Conversation for Change with Daryl Davis, Jeff Schoep, and Scott Shepherd Original Program Date: April 1, 2022 About the Program:
Uprooting Prejudice: A Conversation with Pardeep & Arno Original Program Date: February 17, 2022 About Pradeep & Arno: A Sikh and former white supremacist who found friendship after a terrible act of hate.
Eboo Patel: The Intersection of Interfaith and Racial Equality Original Program Date: May 4, 2021 “I thought about the meaning of pluralism in a world
Original Program date: January 14, 2021 ‘A comfort zone is a beautiful place, but nothing ever grows there’. Uncomfortable conversations are a fact of life.
Becoming A Beloved Community The Beloved Community is a notion popularized by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., when he envisioned a society where there is
Championing The Unheard: Addressing Racial Inequity Original Program date: August 21, 2020 A civically responsible individual recognizes himself or herself as a member of a
SFA: The Limits and Necessities of The Holocaust and Injustice Today ‘Never Again’: The Holocaust and Injustice Today July 28, 2020 What do we mean
SFA: Ally or Accomplice: Multiple Pathways to Racial Justice https://youtu.be/VUxPub37khQ Original Program Date: July 16, 2020 We all need to make a choice…are we going
White Myths Black Lives: The Roots of Racial Oppression in America Original Program Date: June 26, 2020 This presentation, explores the roots of antiblack social,