Mar
30
Faith In Housing Lunch and Workshop
Join the Stan Greenspon Center for our second Faith In Housing workshop on Saturday, March 30, a bonus event for clergy and congregants prior to the Arts & Advocacy Experience “Brooklyn to Biddleville: Then + Now.”

Faith In Housing will begin with a brief prayer meeting, followed by a program sharing how congregations in our community are creating affordable housing. Our panelists include Rev. John Cleghorn from Caldwell Presbyterian Church, Dr. Peter Wherry from Mayfield Memorial Baptist Church, and Julie Porter from the Housing Partnership.

A $10 donation to cover the cost of the box lunch is suggested (cash only).

Space is limited to the first 75 people — reserve yours by emailing TARNEYD@queens.edu Parking information will be emailed to you upon your RSVP.

You can find more information about the Faith in Housing initiative here.
Location & Time:
Johnson C. Smith University, Mosaic Village Multipurpose Room (map)
100 Beatties Ford Road Charlotte, NC 28216
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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Mar
30
Truth, Justice and Reconciliation: Second Annual Arts & Advocacy Project
The theme of our Arts and Advocacy 2019 Initiative is “Brooklyn to Biddleville, Then and Now – The Housing Crisis.” This initiative will be a yearlong Arts and Advocacy effort focusing on racism—specifically the impact of urban renewal/gentrification on African American communities in Charlotte.
Location & Time:
Johnson C. Smith University
100 Beatties Ford Road Charlotte, NC 28216
11:30 AM - 10:00 PM
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Apr
02
Criminal Justice and Immigrant Justice team meetings
Location & Time:
Queens University Campus
The Criminal Justice Advocacy group will meet in the Stan Greenspon Center in the lower levelof the Dana Building. The Immigrant Justice Advocacy Group will meet in Skykes Room 028, which is a small conference room around the corner from the Greenspon Center.
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Apr
04
Preyer Lecture: The Two Souths of ‘68: Remembering Revolution in these Hard Times
The Two Souths of ‘68: Remembering
Revolution in these Hard Times
Thursday, April 4, 6:30–8:00 pm
Opening reception, 5:45 pm
Ketner Auditorium, Queens University

This Preyer Lecture Series and is open and free for the public.
Location & Time:
Ketner, Queens University (Bldg #24)
http://www.queens.edu/about/visit/campus-map-queens-university-charlotte.pdf
5:45 PM - 8:00 PM
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Apr
13
Shabbat Morning Torah Yoga
Shabbat Morning Torah Yoga Shabbat Morning Torah YogaRabbi Judy Schindler, Sklut Professor of Jewish Studies
With Shelley Bear and Aly Faber, RYT Yoga Instructors
Cost: Free and open to the public

Celebrate Shabbat morning in a new way with our monthly Shabbat
Queens University Stan Greenspon Center for Peace and Social Justice
Torah Yoga will start your Shabbat morning off on a perfect note with spirituality and with the strengthening and stretching of your body and soul. Connect with others and with the wellspring of Torah wisdom that grounds our faith. This program is open to yoga practitioners of all levels and to the broader community. Shabbat morning Torah Yoga is co-sponsored by the Stan Greenspon Center and Temple Beth El. It is generously funded by the Lenora Stein Community Creative Learning Grant.
Location & Time:
Queens University Levine Center for Wellness

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Apr
16
Germany Today, Facing the Past and the Future of Memory
Please join us for a special evening when the Levine JCC and the Stan Greenspon Center for Peace and Social Justice host a panel discussion with three German historians. Our guests will speak on:

The efforts Germany (in general) and Bavaria (in particular) have made over the past six decades to come to terms with the Holocaust and
How to teach this subject in today’s classrooms at both a university and high school level.

The panel guests are: Prof. Dr. Matthias Stickler, Scientific Director, Institute of History, Julius-Maximilians-University of Wurzburg, Dr. Stefanie Pilzweger-Steiner: Senior Research Advisor, Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site, and Dr. Robert Sigel Office of the Bavarian State Government Commissioner against Antisemitism Bavarian State Ministry of Education Germany.

The Stan Greenspon Center, in partnership with Centropa, the Levine Jewish Community Center and the Hanns Seidel Foundation of Washington and Munich, bring you this very special event, made possible through a Deutschland Jahr 2019 grant of the German Embassy in Washington, DC.

Rsvp: Dippoldt@queens.edu
Location & Time:
Sam Lerner Center For Cultural Arts
Levine Jewish Community Center at Shalom Park 5007 Providence Road Charlotte, NC 28226 704-366-5007
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
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Apr
17
Teaching the Past in the Future. Using personal stories in Holocaust education.
Shelly Weiner has a story to tell. When she was 4 years old, Shelly’s mother and aunt grabbed Shelly and her cousin Raya and fled into the woods near the Polish (now Ukrainian) city of Rivne.

As more than 17,500 Jews of Rivne were being shot, the two mothers and their daughters knocked on the door of a farmer and begged him to hide them. He did. For 28 months.

We invite area educators to meet Shelly and view the short film that tells her story.

Location & Time:
Queens University of Charlotte
Ketner Auditorium at Queens University of Charlotte 1900 Selwyn Avenue Charlotte, NC 28207
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
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Apr
28
NC Premier of “Close to Evil” and Discussion with author Alexandra Senfft
Join us on Sunday, April 28, 2019 from 3 – 5 pm for the North Carolina premiere of documentary “Close to Evil,” followed by a discussion with author, Alexandra Senfft: granddaughter of a Nazi.
Refreshments and tour of the Stan Greenspon Center for Peace and Social Justice to follow.
Where: Ketner Auditorium on the Queens University Campus

“Close to Evil” traces the journey of one Holocaust survivor as he reaches out to children of Nazis who worked at the camp where many of his family members were killed. He meets Alexandra, the granddaughter of Nazi Hanns Ludin. Her biography, The Pain of Silence: A German Family History, explores the lasting impact of the complicity of silence and intergenerational guilt. Alexandra’s maternal grandfather, Hanns Ludin, was hung for war crimes in 1947. He was found guilty of being directly involved in the deportation of some 70,000 Jews. Alexandra’s family created and maintained the fiction that her grandfather was merely a decent civil servant during the war. Their complicit silence overwhelmed Alexandra’s mother, when she learned of her father’s execution while at boarding school. Like many other children of Nazi perpetrators, she died too young after decades of depression and alcoholism.

This event is sponsored by the generosity of the following families:
John and Gail Baron, Larry and Stacy Brown, Stu and Lynne Cojac, Jeff and Dana Ditesheim, Howard and Merridith Glazer, Eric and Judy Laxer, Ed and Debora Pizer and Gennaro Vitale and Susan Schall of World Night Club

Click Here for a Full Write Up on this Event
Location & Time:
Ketner Auditorium Queens University of Charlotte
1900 SELWYN AVE. | CHARLOTTE, NC 28207
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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