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Registration Links

Sunday, January 23 

2pm   Dedication of Rescued Czech Torah Scroll


Monday, January 24

12pm   Exhibition Spotlight: Legacy of Remembrance and Voices of Genocide


6pm   Anti-Antisemitism Online & IRL


Tuesday, January 25

4pm   Film Discussion: Babi Yar. Context


7pm   On the Avenue: Holocaust & Genocide Awareness Week 

Wednesday, January 26

11am   Conversations at MOCA: March of the Survivors

4pm   Slavery: A Legacy


Thursday, January 27

12:30pm   7th Annual Remembrance Ceremony


4pm   Unstoppable: The Siggi Wilzig Story, Revisited


Friday, January 28

12pm   The “New” Antisemitism in Europe, Latin America, and the US


5pm HGAW Shabbat of the Living

Concurrent Programming

Exhibitions are running concurrently at the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami (My Name Is Maryan, until Mar. 20, 2022) and at the Glenn Gallery on FIU’s Biscayne Bay Campus (Mark Cohen’s Legacy of Remembrance, from Jan. 21-Apr. 11, 2022).  Plus, the Miami Jewish Film Festival is screening many Holocaust-related films Jan. 13-27. See 

Concurrent Exhibitions:

  • FIU Glenn Hubert Library, Glenn Gallery: Mark Cohen, Legacy of Remembrance (January 21-April 11, 2022)

  • FIU Glenn Hubert Library, i360 XR theater experience: Raquel Perez, Voices of Genocide

  • Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami, My Name Is Maryan, curated by Alison Gingeras (Thru March 20, 2022)



Many MJFF films are related to the Holocaust including the following 4 documentaries:

  • Endphase (Austria, 2021, 86 mins)

  • From Where They Stood (France/Germany, 2021, 110 mins)

  • Muranow (Israel, 2021, 69 mins)

  • Babi Yar. Context (The Netherlands/Ukraine, 2021, 121 mins)

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