22 2023

The Intergenerational Consequences of the Holocaust

4:00PM - 5:30PM  


Contact Allyson Guertin

In commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, JFNH’s Holocaust Survivors and Remembrance Committee will be hosting a panel discussion and community chat on the impact of the Holocaust on the descendants of Holocaust survivors.

Among the questions to be addressed by our panelists, and by you, are how the inheritance of persecution and genocide impacts the lives of the descendants of Holocaust survivors, and what significance the intergenerational impacts have on society as a whole.

We are pleased to announce that we will be speaking with descendants of Holocaust survivors who are members of our community and the following special guests. Please join us.

Please join us.Dr. Kate DeConinckDr. Kate DeConinck, Director of the Cohen Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies. Dr. DeConinck is a trained anthropologist of religion with expertise in religion in the wake of mass tragedies. 


Rosalie GerutRosalie Gerut, cantor, licensed educational psychologist with a special focus on trauma, and founder of One by One, Inc., a non-profit organization that has a multi-generational membership of Holocaust survivors and their descendants, perpetrators and their descendants, and others, and that bears witness to the realities of genocide and works toward a more peaceful world.



Free event | Registration required to receive Zoom information.

Sponsor: Jewish Federation of New Hampshire's Holocaust Survivor and Remembrance Committee