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Polish Jews: Warsaw Ghetto Remains and Jewish Revival

Hosted By: Qesher

Before World War II, Warsaw was the second largest Jewish city in the world. After the Holocaust many survivors left Poland, but some stayed. In the last decades, young Polish people have discovered their Jewish roots which were often hidden by their parents and grandparents. This class will include a virtual tour of the Warsaw Ghetto remains and show you how Jewish life in Warsaw has revived.

This talk is live and interactive, the number of participants is limited. With your contribution to Qesher you will also be donating to The Genealogy Department of the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw.

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Teacher

Łukasz Godlewski

Łukasz Godlewski gradutated in Psychology of Intercultural Relations at the SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Warsaw, Poland. Volunteer in the Jewish community of Warsaw and official city guide.
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Host

Qesher

There are Jewish communities all around the globe with their own unique history, culture, places, and most of all, people and stories. All of them different, but sharing so much. The aim of Qesher is to connect these different Jewish traditions, not just to know of each other, but to learn about each other. We believe that there is great value in creating a deeper understanding within the Jewish world and exploring Jewish experiences and identities in all their diversity.
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