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Int’l artists to mark anniversary of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

19.04.2021 08:30
An array of academics and artists are set to mark the 78th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising during an online event hosted by the New York-based Congress for Jewish Culture on Monday.

The event, scheduled for 1 p.m. EST, or 7 p.m. Warsaw time, will include music and readings by prominent artists and historians from countries including the United States, Canada and Australia.

They aim to remember the victims of the German Nazi war on European Jewry and commemorate their resistance.

78th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising - https://mailchi.mp/a0ed6be34672/remembering-the-warsaw-ghetto-uprising-on-its-77th-anniversary-10881818

Posted by ‎Congress for Jewish Culture - ייִדישער קולטור־קאָנגרעס‎ on Sunday, April 18, 2021

Monday marks exactly 78 years since the start of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, a 1943 revolt in which 13,000 Jews were killed, including some 6,000 who were burned alive or died from smoke inhalation.

Of the remaining 50,000 residents of the wartime Warsaw ghetto, almost all were captured and shipped to concentration camps and extermination sites.

The Congress for Jewish Culture will live-stream its event on its YouTube channel and through the www.congressforjewishculture.org/videos website.

Founded in 1948, the Congress for Jewish Culture is a secular organization based in New York City that aims to enrich Yiddish culture worldwide.


Source: Congress for Jewish Culture