Sunday, April 16th, 4:30pm
This year, Jewish Federation of New Hampshire is partnering with Manchester synagogues to participate in "Six Million Steps", a national program supported by the Israeli American Council to preserve the memory of the Holocaust and raise awareness of global antisemitism. (www.6msteps.org/)
Walk with us to help achieve the goal of 6 million collective steps as a community, followed by a hybrid lecture on "Images of Contemporary Holocaust Representation", by Dr, Carol Salus, Professor Emerita, Kent State University.
Security will be provided throughout the walk and program.
More information: 603 627 7679 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit https://bit.ly/NH6milsteps to Register
We encourage local communities to organize additional "Six Million Steps" walks. To find a local event near you reach out to Ra'anan deHaas at email@example.com or visit www.6msteps.org. Individual groups are encouraged to report their steps to 6msteps.org or on social media with #6milstepsNH.
Follow the Israeli American Council on Facebook or Instagram for more information.
Monday, April 17th 7:00pm via Zoom
JFNH, in conjunction with the Holocaust Survivor Remembrance Committee, is partnering with Etz Hayim Synagogue in Derry for a Yom HaShoah service. Join us on the eve of Yom HaShoah for a community service including original poems by Judy Felsen, Kaddish and the memorial sirens in Israel.