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Programs

We’re having an idea party, and you’re invited.

Whether we’re discussing history or new ideas, the meaning of freedom or the joys and challenges of being who you are in today’s America, join us for an ever-changing roster of dynamic programming that brings the museum and exhibitions to life.

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Curated Cocktails: Power of Protest

Lectures & Discussions

Photo Credit: Stamps, “Protest Oppression of Soviet Jewry,” ca. 1980 National Museum of American Jewish History, 1

Curated Cocktails: Power of Protest

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Free for Young Friends of NMAJH members, $10 general admission

What gives our words power? Whose voices are heard? And when can fighting for our beliefs make a difference? Curated Cocktails, presented by the Young Friends of NMAJH, addresses these powerful questions and more as we highlight our current special exhibition, Power of Protest: The Movement to Free Soviet Jews.

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CANCELED - Lessons of the Soviet Jewry Movement with Natan Sharansky

Lectures & Discussions

CANCELED - Lessons of the Soviet Jewry Movement with Natan Sharansky

This event has been canceled.
 

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POSTPONED - Power of Protest: A Special Evening with Natan Sharansky

Lectures & Discussions

POSTPONED - Power of Protest: A Special Evening with Natan Sharansky

This event has been postponed. All tickets purchased will be honored on the rescheduled date. Thank you for your support. 

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Mar 16

CANCELED - 6000 Editions and Counting: Why Do We Keep Revising the Haggadah?

Books & Writers

CANCELED - 6000 Editions and Counting: Why Do We Keep Revising the Haggadah?

PLEASE NOTE: This event is canceled due to unforeseen circumstances. We will work to reschedule and keep you posted.

The Passover Haggadah is a unique text that emerged as an oral tradition, and continues to evolve. Today, there are more than 6000 editions—and counting. Professor Vanessa Ochs will explore this fascinating legacy and the reasons that people continue to revise it for their annual Seders. 

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