Dr. Amy Weiss
Annunciation Center - Main Floor
Phone: (973) 290-4351
CSE's Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education held its 27th annual Holocaust remembrance events to commemorate Kristallnacht and remind the public about the atrocities of anti-Semitism.
The College of Saint Elizabeth Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education condemns the hatred and violence exhibited by white supremacists protesting in Charlottesville, Virginia. It also denounces the ISIS-connected terror attack that took place in Barcelona, Spain.
The events from this past week highlight the significance of the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education's mission. In providing educational programming on the Holocaust and other genocides, it looks to the past and present to ensure a brighter future, one in which there is no room for hatred, bigotry, or terrorism of any kind.
Dr. Amy Weiss
Director, Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education
The Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education at the College of Saint Elizabeth has joined institutions from around the world in condemning white nationalist groups and their promotion of hate speech. By signing the joint statement, the College has joined in the movement which includes 71 Holocaust scholars and educators as well as 89 other institutions.
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Dr. Amy Weiss received her doctoral degree from the departments of Hebrew & Judaic Studies and History at New York University.
Her goals for the center include increasing student and community involvement, diversifying the curriculum to include other genocides and increasing the learning opportunities, especially for K-12 teachers who are mandated by the state to teach Holocaust and genocide studies.
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The Mission of the Center is to provide education and remembrance of the Holocaust and other genocides, to facilitate Catholic/Jewish dialogue and interfaith understanding, and to do so with high academic and scholarly standards, as well as standards consistent with the teachings of Vatican Council II.
The Center aims to provide a variety of programs, courses, resources, and other educational opportunities to CSE undergraduate and graduate students and the community, as well as for teachers to enable them to help their own students meet the New Jersey State mandate for education about the Holocaust and genocide.