Seeing Auschwitz Exhibit
Seeing Auschwitz is the world’s first touring photographic exhibit that provides us with the opportunity to bear witness to this history at a local level.
The Stan Greenspon Holocaust and Social Justice Education Center at Queens University is proud to host this world-renowned exhibit on its North American debut in Charlotte.
Tickets: Will go on sale on December 14th
School groups: Please email cunninghamk@queens.edu to schedule your field trips.
Location & Time:
Visual and Performing Arts Center (VAPA) in Uptown Charlotte

12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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Art and Legacy with Carolyn Dorfman Dance
Carolyn Dorfman Dance uses performance, multimedia presentation, and interactive dialogue to take you on a journey of faith, survival, and renewal. Renowned choreographer Carolyn Dorfman speaks about her inspiration for The Legacy Project, a celebrated body of work that honors her Eastern European roots, her Jewish heritage, and portrays the story of the immigrant experience. With depth, humor, and reverence, Ms. Dorfman draws upon her rich Jewish legacy – its history, philosophy, traditions, gestures, music, and liturgy – to create work that is honestly personal yet powerfully universal.

Photo by Tom Caravaglia
Photo by Tom CaravagliaPCarolyn Dorfman Dance is a NY/NJ-based modern dance company dedicated to the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion. The ensemble moves people to connect to our common humanness to build understanding and face barriers together through expressive dance. Carolyn Dorfman Dance celebrates the trials and triumphs of the human experience.

The March 13 presentation is free and open to the entire Queens University community. For more information, please contact Judy LaPietra lapietraj@queens.edu
Location & Time:
Greenhoot Recital Hall

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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Protective Custody PRISONER 34042
We will be hosting the film, Protective Custody PRISONER 34042. Protective Custody PRISONER 34042 is a raw and impactful play written by Charles LaBorde and based on the memoir of well-known Charlotte Holocaust survivor Dr. Susan Cernyak-Spatz.

The film will be followed by a discussion with Susan's daughter, Jackie on campus in Ketner Auditorium in Sykes Learning Center.
Location & Time:
Ketner Auditorium in Sykes Learning Center

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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First Night Social Justice Passover Seder on Zoom
If you don't have plans for the first night of Passover Seder, or if you've never taken part in a Passover Seder before, join Rabbi Judy and musician Patty Torcellini for an online social justice first night Passover Seder on Zoom (with a 25 minute break for dinner). Prior to the event, we'll send you an email with a list of all the Seder foods so that you might want to prepare and the Zoom link.
Location & Time:

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
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Yom HaShoah
Information coming soon.
Location & Time:

12:00 AM - 11:59 PM

Certification in Holocaust Pedagogy Graduate Trip to Poland
2023 and 2024 CHP Graduates will travel to Poland together for a 10-day travel learning experience.

If you are interested in joining a future cohort or learning more, please email cunninghamk@queens.edu.
Location & Time:

4:00 PM - 8:59 AM