The Museum’s STAJE (Shoah Teaching Alternatives for Jewish Educators) series offers professional development seminars and workshops designed for educators who teach in Jewish settings.
Jews who survived the Holocaust often did so through the cooperation of others. At times, this cooperation was with non-Jews, such as in the Polish rescue organization, Zegota. At other times, surviving the Holocaust depended on the initiative and organization of Jews alone. Please join scholars Natalia Aleksiun of Touro College, Janine Holc of Loyola University Maryland, and Joshua Zimmerman of Yeshiva University as they examine this important social aspect of the history of the Holocaust.