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January 2019
6:00 pm — 8:00 pm
@ Instituto Cervantes
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Memories of Sephardim – Children of the Inquisition, the journey of Genie Milgrom

Genie Milgrom will be at the Cervantes Institutes to give a presentation and talk about her book: My 15 Grandmothers, which talks about her incredible journey of research of her hidden heritage as a child of the Inquisition. Ana Coelho, descendant of Portuguese Crypto Jews will introduce and moderate the talk. Refreshments will be served.

6:00 pm — 8:00 pm
@ European Parliament
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Film Screening: “White Right: Meeting The Enemy”

When Deeyah Khan was six, her father took her to her first anti-racism rally.  A Pakistani immigrant to Norway, he promised her that things would get better and that the skinhead gangs that terrorised their family and families like them would soon find themselves relics of past prejudices, that bigotry belonged in history, that tomorrow would be a more tolerant time. Three decades on, and we’re still waiting for tomorrow. With a US president propagating anti-Muslim propaganda, the far-right gaining ground in German…

February 2019
11:00 am — 2:00 pm
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Women’s Discussion Group #me&you

Join our second Intercultural Women’s Discussion group of the year! The workshop will bring women to share their individual journeys and exchange perception on spirituality and godly figure. As always, we will meet in an open, warm and welcoming environment with Jewish, Muslim, Christians and non-confessional women to discuss each other’s challenges, culture and tradition;. Looking forward to seeing you! The program is led and moderated by an excellent professional Mrs. Stephanie Lecesne

12:00 am — 1:30 pm
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Shabbat with Michael Chabon

Join us for a Shabbat talk author with Michael Chabon, and prize winner of 2001 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction He will give a presentation on his book Moonglow, his 2016 novel. The book chronicles the life of Chabon’s grandfather, a WW2 soldier, engineer and rocket enthusiast who marries a troubled Jewish survivor from France and lives a challenging, wandering life in postwar America. Chabon tells the story using a mixture of strict memoir and creative fiction writing. The narrator functions as a proxy for…

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