Reflections on the Significance of Holocaust Memory in the 21st Century

April 15, 2021 | Sara J. Bloomfield

The Roger E. Joseph Prize Lecture was presented by Sara J. Bloomfield, Director of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, on the occasion of being presented Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion's highest award, the Roger E. Joseph Prize, presented annually to outstanding individuals, organizations,


or institutions whose work fulfills the highest ethical and humanitarian values of our tradition. The Joseph Prize was established in 1978 years ago by Burton Joseph and Betty Greenberg, of blessed memory, to honor the memory of their brother, Roger E. Joseph, a man of exceptional personal courage and passionate conviction to priniciple and justice.

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