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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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Mar 1
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Mar 7

America's Jewish Women

Books & Writers, Lectures & Discussions

America's Jewish Women

Thursday, March 7 at 7 pm
$10/FREE for NMAJH Members

Click here to reserve Member tickets,
Purchase Non-member tickets here


"This long-awaited book by one of the field’s premier scholars is destined to become an instant classic." (Jonathan Sarna)

Join acclaimed scholar of American Jewish History, Professor Pamela Nadell for a talk about...

Click here for more informationEvent type:Books & Writers, Lectures & Discussions


Mar 8
Mar 9
Mar 10

Jewish Values & the Ethical Now: Public Symposium

Books & Writers, Lectures & Discussions, NMAJH in the Community

Jewish Values & the Ethical Now: Public Symposium

Sunday, March 10, 2019 at 7:30 pm
At the Museum

Advance registration is required on the conference website.

How can Jewish ethics speak to the urgent questions of today?  A rare opportunity to learn with leading thinkers...

Click here for more informationEvent type:Books & Writers, Lectures & Discussions, NMAJH in the Community


Mar 11
Mar 12

Teacher Professional Development with the Memory Project

Teacher Professional Development with the Memory Project

Tuesday, March 12 at 4:00pm

Free for educators with advance registration

To register click here

Join the National Museum of American Jewish History and the Memory Project in a 90-minute workshop, teachers will learn to run interdisciplinary Face to Face programs that inspire
students to connect with Holocaust survivors, victims, and rescuers and to explore their own family history through art. This hands-on workshop interweaves art, history, and English language arts for grades 5-12 and can be a tool to respond to the violence, racism, and antisemitism happening in the world today.

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Mar 13
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Mar 20

Monte Carlo Masquerade

Other

Monte Carlo Masquerade

Fourth Annual Premier Purim Masquerade
Epic Bash, Concert & Monte Carlo Casino

Click here for more informationEvent type:Other


Mar 21
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Mar 24
Mar 25

PJFF presents Redemption

Films & Filmmakers

PJFF presents Redemption

At the Museum
Film showings at 5pm and 7:30pm
Details and tickets available at PJFF.org.

Click here for more informationEvent type:Films & Filmmakers


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