February 23CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVISM AND GERMAN-JEWISH REFUGEES FROM SWASTIKA TO JIM CROW
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Join panelists for a discussion of the documentary “From Swastika to Jim Crow,” which features Jewish-German scholars who taught at Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the South after emigrating to the United States. This account illuminates a rich and complex chapter of Black and Jewish relations in American history. Panelists include KU Professors Ari Linden (German Studies), Fithawee Tzeggai (Sociology), as well as Shelia Bonner (Andrew Mellon Visiting Scholar, Margaret Walker Center, Jackson State University). Lorie Vanchena (Director, Max Kade Center) will moderate. Participants are encouraged to watch the documentary beforehand. Please note a KU ID is required to access this video: https://www2.lib.ku.edu/login?url=https://video.alexanderstreet.com/watch/from-swastika-to-jim-crow.
Sponsored By: Max Kade Center for German-American Studies, Spencer Museum of Art, German Studies, Peace & Conflict Studies, American Studies, Jewish Studies, African & African American Studies, Sociology, and the Margaret Walker Center, Jackson State University