Sunday, January 12, 2020
2:00-4:00pm

2pm - Guests Tour Shoah Wing
3pm -  Lecture Begins Promptly


Dallas Holocaust and

Human Rights Museum

Sunday Museum Hours 10:00-5:00pm
300 N. Houston Street, Dallas 75202

Free for SWJC & Museum Members Members
$6 for Non-members

Reservations Requested

Call 214-361-0018 o email susan@swjc.org


Born in Marshall, Texas, and raised in East St. Louis, Illinois, Sharon Ewell Foster is the only daughter of five children. She is herself the single mother of two young adults: a daughter, Lanea, and a son, Chase. “They are my first editors,” she says. “My books are as much theirs as mine.”

She holds a B.A. in Radio-TV-Film from the University of Maryland and is a graduate of the Act One Screenwriting Program. Sharon’s writing has earned multiple awards including the Christy Award (she is a three-time finalist and the only African American Christy Award winner), Golden Pen Award (Black Writers Alliance), NAACP 2000 Book of the Year, and the Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award.


























































https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TaGzbYgKw4I&ab_channel=DHHRM


A Southwest Jewish Congress

Black History Month Program



THE RESURRECTION

OF

NAT TURNER

BY

Sharon Ewell Foster

A critically acclaimed, award-winning author


Sunday, February 16, 2020

2:00-4:00-m

Lakewood Country Club

6430 Gaston Avenue, Dallas, 75214



Reservations Required

Call 214-361-0018 or email susan@swjc.org


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KINDERTRANSPORT:

A PERSONAL JOURNEY


featuring​


Magie Furst





2020 Programs



Let's Laugh Together!

Israel Through the Eyes of Comedian


Benji Lovitt


An Evening of
Fun & Laughter


7:00pm (CST)

Thursday
August 6th

A FREE Virtual Program

via ZOOM




​​​​Benji is a Dallas native who made Aliyah in 2006, and has kept us
laughing ever since. Learn more  about  Benji at   benjilovitt.com.​

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Partnering with the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum

Leading a small army of slaves, Nat Turner was a man born with a mission: to set the captives free. When words failed, Nat Turner ignited an uprising that left over fifty whites dead. One hundred eighty years ago, in the predawn hours of August 22, 1831, Nat Turner stormed into history with a Bible in one hand, brandishing a sword in the other.  His rebellion shined a national spotlight on slavery, the state of Virginia and divided a nation’s trust. Turner himself became a lightning rod for abolitionists like Harriet Beecher Stowe and a terror and secret shame for slave owners.  

Southwest Jewish Congress