Join us for this special program that commemorates the Holocaust through photography. “Changing The Way We Talk About The Holocaust” uses visual storytelling as a powerful way to spark curiosity and empathy. By telling the story of the Holocaust through the deeply affecting medium of photography, participants are able to relate to and internalize the individual, human stories of the Holocaust. This empathy can generate an eye-opening discussion about the power of digital storytelling and the powerful truths it can convey as we remember and humanize the past—for a better future.
Erez Kaganovitz is a photographer, native Tel Avivi, and TEDx speaker, and is the human behind the Humans of Tel Aviv, Humans of Israel, and Humans of the Holocaust projects. Through his work, Erez has helped bridge a cultural gap in society both within and outside of Israel. His compelling work brings understanding, emotional connection, and unity to many around the world.
This special event is a collaboration of B’nai Jeshurun with the UJA Federation and UWS Shlichut and is appropriate for all ages.