Southwest Jewish Congress 


Virtual Film Screening

July 29 – August 5, 2021
The link to view the film will be posted here on July 29th.

Rescue & Escape –  Passage To Sweden tells the lesser-known story of events occurring in Scandinavia and Budapest during WWII. It focuses on the extraordinary heroic actions of ordinary people who saved the lives of thousands of Jews and fellow countrymen.  Special attention is paid to the Norwegian resistance, the citizens of Denmark, Raoul Wallenberg, and Count Folke Bernadotte, all of whom showed exemplary courage during the darkest of times. View the trailer on the film’s website.

Virtual Film Discussion and Q&A

August 4, 2021 at 7pm via Zoom

Join Suzannah Warlick, Director of Passage To Sweden, and Chana Sharfstein, author & educator, for a live discussion about this film.

This event is being presented free of charge, but we do request

registration for the August 4th virtual film discussion by clicking here.


Despite being one of the best documented genocides in history, many have attempted to distort facts about the Holocaust or deny that it occurred. Perpetrators began to deny the Holocaust even as it was still happening, and denial continues to this day. Join Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum’s Dr. Sara Abosch-Jacobson, Barbara Rabin Chief Education Officer, and Dr. Charlotte Decoster, Ackerman Family Director of Education, to explore the history of Holocaust denial, the forms it takes, and the impact of denial. 

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Crucial Conversations: 

Confronting Antisemitism - Gobal Antisemitism

Thursday, July 1 | 7:00 p.m.

 In the third session of this series, we will expand our geographic scope and look at antisemitism on a global scale, with a particular focus on antisemitism in Europe 


The Story Behind The Story


Elliot P. Chodoff
Major, IDF Reserves

Sunday, January 24 at 1PM
call 214-361-0018 for
registration instructions

Partnering with

Congregation Nishmat Am

2021 Programs

In the final session of this series, we will discuss concrete strategies to combat antisemitism. Building on the foundation of history, knowledge, and understanding developed during the series, this session will serve as a call to action for all of us to engage in this work.

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view the recording.

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Partnering with the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum

21 Programs

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