April 10th at SCSU
April 11th at SCTCC
Free and open to the public
Holocaust Survivor, Author
April 10, 2013 at 7:00-8:30 pm
SCSU Miller Center (Library) 122
April 11, 2013 from 2:00-3:30 pm
SCTCC "The Commons"
contact: Joy Sjoberg
“We must speak out against evil and injustice. Let us build bridges of understanding and love to join mankind in every land. My hope, my wish, and prayer is for every child to grow up in peace without hunger and prejudice.”
Inge Auerbacher's Website
Of the 15,000 children imprisoned in the Terezin transit camp, Inge is among the one percent who survived. Come meet Ms. Auerbacher and hear her story.
Book signing to follow presentation.
Sponsored by CHGE and SCTCC
Monday, March 12, 2013
Trip Registration Instructions:
This is a one-day trip leaving from St. Cloud State University at 2:30am and arriving back at the same location by midnight on the same day. $125.00 gets you transportation to the USHMM and back. Meals are the responsibility of each participant.
Please download the attached forms below. Complete them and return them to the Center For Holocaust & Genocide Education Center in the Miller Center Room #235 along with the payment of $125.00.
Only cash and checks are acceptable forms of payment. No credit/debit cards. Please make all checks payable to the SCSU- Center For Holocaust & Genocide Education.
Monday January 28, 2013 Noon - 2:00pm
SCSU Atwood Theater
On January 27th, 1945, Soviet soldiers liberated the Auschwitz death camp near Cracow, Poland. The United Nations has used this date to establish January 27th as the annual
"International Day of Commemoration in memory of the victims of the Holocaust."
The Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education recognizes this day to commemorate the victims and to honor the survivors, rescuers, and liberators of the Holocaust. This year CHGE will screen newly released NICKY’S FAMILY, the story of Sir Nicholas Winton who personally and by his own initiative saved the lives of 669 children from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia and brought them across Hitler’s Germany to Britain. For nearly 50 years, the “British Schindler” kept secret how he rescued these children; not even his wife knew anything about it.
The film will be shown free of charge and open to the public. Discussion to follow.
Wed. Oct. 10th 2:00pm
SCSU Atwood Ballroom
Both events free general admission.
See the film first ! "Freedom Riders" PBS documentary is being shown in the Miller Center Auditorium on Thursday Oct. 4th.
Rip's story is about his experiences among more than four hundred Americans who participated in a bold and dangerous experiment designed to awaken the conscience of a complacent nation. The 'Freedom Riders challenged the mores of a racially segregated society by performing a disarmingly simple act.
October 11-12, 2012 (Thurs/Fri) at SCSU's Graduate Center in Maple Grove, MN
CEU Credits available
For more information, contact CHGE
Thur. Sept. 20, 2012
SCSU Ritsche Auditorium 7:00pm
Free admission - open to the public
Wed. Sept. 19, 2012
O'Shaunessy Auditorium 6:30 pm
St. Catharine University
St. Paul MN
Book signing to follow each program.
CANDLES, Ms. Kor's organization in Indiana:
For further information about
Ms. Kor's SCSU visit,
contact the CHGE office:
phone 320-308-4205 or
For more detail on the O'Shaunessy event, see the SCSU COSE site:
College of Science and Engineering