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Documentarian and Holocaust survivor presents “Near Normal Man,” his short film on the National Socialist Party of America’s 1977 march on Skokie, Illinois, followed by conversation with Rev. Malcolm Clemens Young. Free.
Elizabeth Rosner discusses her 2017 book, which in part ponders the future of Holocaust memories and stories, in Grace Cathedral’s Forum series. Free.
Muslim breaking of the daily Ramadan fast celebrated with halal, kosher meal. Sponsored by JCRC and others. All faiths welcome. Free; RSVP required.
Author Susan Neiman discusses her book “Learning from the Germans: Race and the History of Evil” and how nations confront their past wrongdoings.
Violins of Hope featured event is a performance of a new chamber work by Jake Heggie and Gene Scheer. With mezzo-soprano Nikola Printz, violinist Rebecca Jackson, and a string quartet from the S.F. Opera Orchestra.
Outdoor, participatory, cross-cultural, interfaith seder focused on taking action to confront rising antisemitism, racism, xenophobia and hate. Livestream available. Presented by JCRC. $54 in person, $18 virtual and kids under 12, or make a donation, registration required.