Expired: Summer Workshop for Educators & Lawyers – June 24, 2019

June 24, 2019

Dates & Times

June 24, 2019

8:00AM – 5:00PM

Location Details

Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage

2929 Richmond Rd.

Beachwood, OH 44122

Registration Details

Price: $30.00

Registration is now closed.

Event Description

The Ohio Council on Holocaust & Genocide Education, in partnership with the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, announces its Summer Workshop for Educators and Lawyers, to be held at the Maltz Museum, on June 24th, 2019, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Event Details

8:00-8:30 Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:30-9:00 Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage Introduction
  Courtney Krieger, Manager of Education and Outreach, Maltz Museum
9:00-9:30 Perpetrators, Victims, Bystanders, Resistors, and Collaborators:
How Can We Tell the Difference?
  Marilyn W. Feldman, Educator
9:30-10:15 KEYNOTE: The Role and Rule of Law in Nazi Germany
  Kenneth F. Ledford, Ph.D. , Associate Professor of History and Law
  Case Western Reserve University
10:15-10:30 Break
10:30-11:30 Maltz Holocaust Collection
11:30-12:30 Working Lunch
Using Artifacts to Understand Hate and the Holocaust
  Mark B. Cole, PhD., Cleveland State University
12:30-1:30 Key Holocaust Curricula & State Resources
HHC. Echoes & Reflections. Facing History and Ourselves. USHMM. Face to Face.
1:30-2:30 The Miracle of Survival
  Roman Frayman, Holocaust Survivor
2:30-2:45 Break
2:45-3:30 Genocide: Can This Happen Again?
  Bradley Beach, PhD., Walsh University
3:30-3:45 Stop the Hate
  Ben Becker, Manager of Public Programs, Maltz Museum
3:45-4:15 How Will You Be an UPStander?
  Tim Murnen, PhD., Bowling Green State University
4:15-4:55 Lesson Sharing and Goal Setting
4:55-5:00 Evaluation and Wrap Up

This workshop was made possible through a generous donation from The George F., Stephanie M., & George L. Traub Fund of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland.

Additional Details

CEUs & CLEs are available for this event. OCHGE will offer 2.75 hours of Continuing Legal Education (CLEs) for several presentations in which the impact of the Nazi’s manipulation of the law redefined citizenship and set in motion the conditions that led to the Holocaust. In addition, some sessions will look at current legal issues that shape and redefine concepts such as Victim, Perpetrator, and Bystander, and which challenge stakeholders to engage civic responsibility.


Materials for CLEs and all participants are available here. Click on Workshop Materials to access all handouts. Paper copies of these documents will be available at the workshop for an extra charge.

For more information, contact Marilyn Feldman, Program Chair: marilynfeldman1@yahoo.com