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THE BRIDGE: ECHOES OF THE HOLOCAUST WITH JULIE LINDAHL AND RACHAEL CERROTTI 

 
Monday October 22nd, 7-8:30 pm
Room: Usdan International Lounge 
 
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Julie and Rachael
Facing History
Cosponsored by CGES, Facing History and the Boston Area Jewish-German Dialogues Group 

CAMPUS WEEK: GABRIELLE HEINEMANN ON THE MADONNA GIRLS CENTER IN BERLIN-NEUKOELLN 
Tuesday October 23rd, 12-2 pm
Room: Rapaporte Treasury Hall
 
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 Gabriele Heinemann

The Work of the MaDonna Girls Center in Berlin-Neukölln

Berlin-Neukölln has been a destination for migrants since the 1970s. Gabriele Heinemann, founder of the MaDonna-Girlscenter, will describe her work empowering young girls and women and the Center’s urban development/violence prevention efforts. How does the Center realize participation and self-determination? How can an understanding of Social Work as Human Rights Work be realized in daily interaction? How can diversity and community be protected against increasing gentrification?

 
 
 
 
CAMPUS WEEK: IMAGES OF IMMIGRATION IN GERMANY AND THE U.S. WITH JACOBIA DAHM AND GRISELDA SAN MARTIN 
 
Monday October 29th, 12-2 pm
Room: Levine-Ross Hassenfeld 
 
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  Griselda SanMartin   Jacobia Dahm

In this talk Griselda San Martin and Jacobia Dahm will be presenting recent photo essays about immigrant communities in Germany and the US, and discuss how their work ties in with the larger debates about immigration on both sides of the Atlantic.

Griselda San Martin is a Spanish documentary photographer based in New York City. She is a graduate of the Documentary Photography and Photojournalism program at the International Center of Photography (ICP) and holds a masters in Journalism from the University of Colorado Boulder.

Jacobia Dahm is a German photojournalist based in Berlin. Her projects are rooted in her longstanding interest in social justice and vulnerable communities. In the past she has worked on stories revolving around the effects of criminal justice on families (in the US), and since 2015 she has also been documenting refugees along the migrant trail across Europe, and after their arrival in Germany.