WASHINGTON SOCIETY OF JEWISH DEAF
A Film Program
This closed captioned film, "Children Saved from the Nazis" is about a heroic figure, Sir Nicholas Winston, just before WWII, who saved many Jewish lives. The post-video presentation will feature a conversation between Rabbi Weinberg and Rabbi Rosenblum about "The Impact of Our Actions in the Face of Challenges." The post-video discussion will be ASL interpreted.

Contact dkatz@yise.org if you have questions.

We thank Kemp Mill Synagogue and Young Israel Shomrai Emunah for sharing this program announcement with WSJD email subscribers and for arranging for an ASL interpreter.
Zoom ID: 655 813 1022
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