Upcoming Events for Spring 2017
Tuesday, January 17 - Friday, February 3, 2017
Normal Building Hours
Located in Golding hall
Brandeis University is proud to host The White Rose, an inspiring exhibition depicting the student resistance against Hitler in Munich during 1942-43. The traveling exhibit was created by The White Rose Foundation and is being offered in collaboration with the Consul General of Germany to New England.
Students and faculty of Brandeis University as well as the greater Boston community are invited to experience the exhibition and learn about “Leaflets of the White Rose”, a series of student-created papers calling for passive resistance and the immediate termination of the war, the individuals of the White Rose movement, their paths to resistance, actions and persecution by the Nazi regime.
A conversation with German Consul General Ralf Horlemann and Rabbi Joseph Polak about ‘The White Rose” and Boston Rabbis’ trip to Germany
Tuesday January 24th 2017, 6:00pm
Join Rabbi Joseph Polak and German Consul General Ralf Horlemann for a conversation on youth opposition to Hitler and The White Rose revolt, followed by a walk through the exhibit. On this occasion, Rabbi Polak and Consul General Horlemann will also reflect on the development of Jewish life in Germany and last year’s visit of 12 Boston rabbis to Germany, organized by the German Consulate in Boston.