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The Devil That Never Dies


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FAMILY PROGRAM
Sunday, September 8, 2 P.M.

The Pop Ups

1 P.M. – 4 P.M. Crafts for children Free with concert ticket
2 P.M. – Concert

Rock into the New Year with Jason Rabinowitz and Jacob Stein, the Grammy-nominated, too-cool-for-school duo that Time Out calls “one of the city’s top bands for kids.” For ages 3 to 10.

$10, $7 children 10 and under
Museum members: $7, $5 children 10 and under

This program is made possible through a generous gift from the Margaret Neubart Foundation Trust.

 

 

DAY-LONG OBSERVANCE
Wednesday, September 11, 10 A.M. – 8 P.M.

In observance of September 11, come downtown to reflect and remember.

Free Museum admission. Donations welcome.

 

 

DISCUSSION
Wednesday, September 11, 7 P.M.

Parallel Stories: The World Trade Center and Battery Park City

Clifford Chanin, National September 11 Memorial & Museum; Carol Willis, The Skyscraper Museum; Matthew Fenton, The Broadsheet; and Charles J. Urstadt, Founding Chairman, Battery Park City Authority

As One World Trade Center nears completion, we celebrate the renewal of Battery Park City’s thriving cultural landscape and explore the neighborhood’s connection to the Trade Center site.

Free. Donations welcome.
Tickets are available starting at 4:00PM on a first come, first served basis.

 

 

92Y @ MJH
Sunday, September 15, 2:30 P.M.

Countrymen: The Untold Story of How Denmark’s Jews Escaped the Nazis
(Knopf, 2013)

Author Bo Lidegaard, editor-in-chief of Politiken, Denmark’s leading daily newspaper in conversation with Michael Slackman, deputy foreign editor, The New York Times

Lidegaard offers a heart-stopping account of how, 70 years ago this fall, the Danes helped smuggle nearly all of their Jewish compatriots to freedom in Sweden.

$15, $12 members

This program is co-sponsored by the Consulate General of Denmark in New York.

 

 

92Y @ MJH
Sunday, September 29, 2:30 P.M.

The Devil That Never Dies: The Rise and Threat of Global Antisemitism
(Little, Brown, 2013)

Author Daniel Jonah Goldhagen (Hitler’s Willing Executioners) in conversation with Gal Beckerman, opinion editor, Forward

Goldhagen’s provocative book argues that antisemitism is stronger today than any time since the Holocaust. He explores its powerful appeal and investigates how technology is used to spread global messages of hate.

$15, $12 members


 





The Museum's public programs are made possible through a generous gift from Mrs. Lily Safra.


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