The conversation will take place on the online platform Zoom. A link to join will be sent to registered guests via email one hour before the start of the program.
Can survivors forgive the terror inflicted on them by the Nazis? What about the peoples, institutions, and nations that stood silently by? Even if they can forgive, should they? Join Casey Bush, Museum Educator, for a lecture that will explore three survivors’ views on forgiveness, justice, and punishment after the Holocaust.
The History Highlights series features Holocaust and human rights topics presented by Museum historians and educators. Space is limited! Please register for one ticket per device used. This program is recommended for high school students and adults.About Casey Bush Casey Bush is Museum Educator at the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum. Prior to starting at the Museum, Casey completed her studies in History and Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Clark University, earning both a Bachelors and a Masters from the same program. She has intered in the Education Department at CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center and Buchenwald Memorial. Casey’s area of study has included post-war Holocaust memory, specifically Holocaust forgiveness and U.S. Holocaust museums.