Yom HaShoah

Yom hashoah day

Will You Be My Witness?

A Yom HaShoah Experiential Commemoration for Ages 10-110

Sunday May 5, 1:00-3:00 PM at Temple Beth Am​

Come to connect, interact, and engage with stories from our community and beyond about the Shoah to become witnesses for our future.

We will have programming across the Beth Am campus to learn through all different modalities: art, listening, sharing, etc. The afternoon is designed to explore and strengthen our own Jewish identity, at any age, through engaging with our history. 

 No RSVP necessary for the afternoon event

JLC families, click here to RSVP for a picnic lunch following JLC, leading into this family-friendly experience (ages 10+)

yomHashoah evening

Witnessing & Resilience

A Yom HaShoah Evening

Sunday May 5, 7:00 – 9:00 PM at Temple Beth Am

Hear from the grandchildren of Holocaust survivors who are part of L.A. based nonprofit, If You Heard What I Heard. This is the last generation to ever hear survivor stories firsthand, and we’re bringing together a few of this nonprofit’s interviewees from across the L.A. Jewish community to share their grandparents’ stories, and the important lessons and takeaways for all of us today. 

Speakers: Aaron Aftergood, Simonette Lowy Grifka, Emily Kane Miller, Dr. Melissa Wasserman, Carolyn Siegel

If You Heard What I Heard is an L.A. based nonprofit dedicated to documenting the stories of grandchildren of Holocaust survivors in order to humanize history and make it relatable for today’s generation.

Evening Event Attendees must RSVP: