As part of the Holocaust Memorial Day events, King's Race Equality Network organised a series of lectures to honour those who survived and those who were killed during the Holocaust.
MONDAY 27TH JANUARY 6.30PM
27th January is Holocaust Memorial Day.
We are so honoured that Roxy Baker from the Wiener Holocaust Lirbrary came to King's to give a talk on the important work they are doing as part of The Holocaust Explained.
Dr Jonathan Leader Maynard, genocide and war atrocities expert, also gave a talk at the event.
The event was recorded and is will soon be available.
TUESDAY 28TH JANUARY 6.30PM
The daughter of a Holocaust Survivor (Auschwitz and Brahnau concentration camps) as well as a speaker who came to the UK as part the Kindertransport rescue movement, came to King's to give a lecture about the Holocaust.
We were honoured that Dr Anita Peleg and Ruth Barnett MBE came to King's to share their stories.
The event was chaired by Professor Evelyn Welch, Provost & Senior Vice President (Arts & Sciences)
The event was filmed and we will soon share the footage on here,
WEDNESDAY 5TH FEBRUARY 1.30PM
Remembering and Understanding Genocide - speakers, including some survivors, of different genocides came to King's for this important lecture.
Michael Bankole will chair this event. More information to follow soon.
The event was filmed and soon we will share the footage on here.