Armenian Exhibit DSC 0482 350px100 Year Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide

Chhange and the Armenian community held a special reception for the opening of a three-part commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.

The new exhibit is now open to the public.

  • Archives 100x140Chhange houses the only Holocaust/genocide archives in New Jersey with more than 600 items donated by local survivors.

  • Education2 100x140Chhange educates to combat hate and discrimination.

  • Survivor 100x140Telling survivor stories of courage, resilience and survival--and the lessons learned about intolerance and hatred--are core to the mission of Chhange.

  • John Woolf collection 100x140Later this year Chhange will launch the first section of a new state-of-the art interactive multimedia exhibit.

  • Armenian Exhibit 100x140The book Hundred-Year Legacy of Courage: Celebrating the Lives of Armenian Genocide Survivors in Our Community, commemorates the Armenian Genocide.

 

 Oro Macht Frei Premiere

 Oro Macht Frei

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Two River Theatre
21 Bridge Avenue, Red Bank, NJ
Sunday, June 1, 2014
6:30 pm Opening Reception - 7:30 Film Screening

Oro Macht Frei is a documentary that tells the story of Roman Jews experience during the Nazi occupation of Rome from 1943-1944. The documentary weaves together personal testimonies of people living in Rome at the time and historical research from scholars. Along with sharing testimonies of those living in Rome, the film also brings up the Vatican's controversial stance during the time - which did not speak out or stop the deportation of Roman Jews. Click here for more information about Oro Macht Frei.

The executive producer of the film was Joel Markel, the son of a Hungarian Auschwitz survivor. The film was directed by Jeffrey X. Bonna, a graduate of Ohio University's E.W. School of Journalism.

The premiere of the film will be at the Two Rivers Theatre in Red Bank.

RSVP by 5/25/14 - Space is limited

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Suggested Minimum Donation: $18 per person

For more information please contact the Center at (732) 224-2074

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