In this exclusive program for members, gain a deeper understanding of Jewish-Muslim relations in North Africa during the Holocaust with religious studies expert and author Dr. Mehnaz Afridi.

Dr. Afridi will offer new ways of creating understanding between communities through the acceptance and enormity of the Shoah. Members will learn more about the role of Muslims in North Africa during the Holocaust, rescue stories, and how we can acknowledge narratives of suffering throughout history.

Join as a member to attend this program. The program registration link will be included in the receipt emailed to you upon joining. For assistance please contact or call 646.437.4334. Space is limited.

NOTE: This program is a live-only event and will not be recorded.

Dr. Mehnaz Afridi is the Professor of Religious Studies and the Director of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Interfaith Education Center at Manhattan College. She is the author of Shoah Through Muslim Eyes. Dr. Afridi served on the Scholar Advisory Group for The Holocaust: What Hate Can Do, lending her expertise on the subject of North Africa and the Holocaust.
Colorized photograph of Libyan Jewish women circa 1940. Courtesy of the “Or Shalom” Center for Libyan Jewish Heritage.”