Women and Resistance in the Warsaw Ghetto
Hosted By: Jewish Women's Archive
The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising was one of the most famous acts of Jewish rebellion during the Holocaust. What was daily life like for women in the Ghetto? What forms did their resistance take, and how did it reinforce or challenge gender roles? How are historians and activists today broadening our understanding of this critical moment in history? This Spring, join JWA and POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews for this special course focusing on women’s lives and resistance in the Ghetto.
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