Eran Singer, Arab affairs correspondent for Israel Public Radio's Reshet Bet Channel, spoke at Temple Shir Shalom (3855 NW 8th Ave, Gainesville, FL 32605) on Thursday, April 23. Singer served in the Israeli Intelligence Corps and later worked at the Israeli Broadcasting Authority, reporting on domestic Arab affairs. Later, he became a news editor for Kol Israel Radio Channel.
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This year's Yom HaShoah event was somewhat of a departure from prior gatherings, with a special presentation made possible by a partnership between the Jewish Council and the Goldring-Woldenberg Institue of Southern Jewish Life. The Mitzvah Project, a one-man play, is a remarkable combination of theater, history lesson and conversation in which actor and child of a survivor, Roger Grunwald, explores one of the most shocking aspects of the Jewish experience during the Second World War - Jewish soldiers in Hitler's army.
Sponsorship for this event was provided, in part, by: Dr. Abe Goldman & Dr. Judy Breiner, Dr. Lynne & Dr. Robert Holt, Dr. Herb and Dr. Barbara Oberlander and Dr. Ken Wald & Dr. Robin West
On Saturday, April 18 The University of Florida (UF) Choral Union, representing the UF School of Music's Concert Choir and the Gainesville Civic Chorus Master Chorale, presented Protest Requiem. Joined by the UF Symphony Orchestra and numerous guest soloists, Protest Requiem features Verdi's Reguiem, performed in remembrance of the Holocaust, and to honor the members of the chorus and orchestra in the Theresienstadt ghetto. JCNCF is proud to be one of the community partners sponsoring the Protest Requiem.