The Museum of Tolerance has hosted numerous webinars since transitioning to an online platform due to COVID-19. Here are some of the webinars for those who missed them live.

The Museum of Tolerance hosted a special pre-release screening of THE AUSCHWITZ REPORT on January 27, 2021. It will premiere in theaters on September 24, 2021. 

SEE INFO ABOUT THE PREMIERE AND WATCH THE Q&A FROM THE MOT'S PRE-RELEASE SCREENING


The Museum of Tolerance hosted a special evening with New York Times Best Selling author Julie Metz on her extraordinary new book: EVA AND EVE: A SEARCH FOR MY MOTHER’S LOST CHILDHOOD AND WHAT A WAR LEFT BEHIND

WATCH THE CONVERSATION


The Museum of Tolerance hosted an inspiring afternoon with Dydine Umunyana, Survivor of the Rwandan Genocide Against the Tutsis and Author of Embracing Survival.

WATCH THE CONVERSATION


 

Greenwich Entertainment and the Museum of Tolerance hosted a special pre-release screening for Museum of Tolerance Members: WHEN HITLER STOLE PINK RABBIT.

WATCH THE Q&A


 

The Simon Wiesenthal Center and Museum of Tolerance, in partnership with Club Z, presented a three-part series, Jew-Hatred Exposed: Voices Beyond the Conventional.

WATCH THE Q&A


Mastercard and the Museum of Tolerance hosted  a special virtual event on International Women's Day with a special look at three exciting new short films that celebrate the perseverance and passion of women entrepreneurs and their incredible impact on their communities.

Meet these three exceptional women from the film and hear their conversation:

Maya-Camille Broussard, Entrepreneur from The Justice Of the Pies
Ekta Jaju, Entrepreneur from ONganic Foods
Ella Mische, Director of Harfa

Along with Raja Rajamannar
Chief Marketing and Communications Officer
Mastercard

Moderated by Adlai Wertman
David C. Bohnett Professor of Social Entrepreneurship at the USC Marshall School of Business and founding director of the Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab at Marshall

WATCH THE Q&A


THE MUSEUM OF TOLERANCE hosted a special virtual event honoring THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE MARCH FROM SELMA TO MONTGOMERY featuring the new film: SHARED LEGACIES: The African American-Jewish Civil Rights Alliance

WATCH THE PANEL DISCUSSION


Set in the languid, lush world of 1970s and 80s Sri Lanka, Funny Boy shows a young man's coming to terms with being gay in a country where homosexuality is a criminal offense. His family's upper-middle class world starts to collapse under the strain of civil war. With first love, he learns that the human condition can-in spite of everything-be joyful.

Sir Salman Rushdie moderates a conversation with Academy Award®-nominated filmmaker and Director of Funny BoyDeepa Mehta.

WATCH THE Q&A


Netflix and the Museum of Tolerance invite you to a very special event for the new film THE LIFE AHEAD

Special guest, Edoardo Ponti, Award Winning Director of The Life Ahead in conversation with Richard Trank, Academy Award®-winning Writer/Director of Simon Wiesenthal Center's Moriah Films

Introduction by MOT Director Liebe Geft

WATCH THE Q&A


Join Museum of Tolerance Director Liebe Geft in marking the launch of the 50th Anniversary Edition of Journey to America:Escaping the Holocaust to Freedom in conversation with author Sonia Levitin

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In acknowledgment of World Day Against Trafficking in Person’s hear Human Trafficking Survivor Ima Matul share her personal story and hear what can be done to abolish this practice and support victims.

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An inspiring afternoon with Meeg Pincus, author of Miep and the Most Famous Diary: The Woman Who Rescued Anne Frank’s Diary.

The story of Anne Frank and her diary is one the world’s best known. But less is known about Miep Gies, who showed exemplary moral courage and took great risks to shelter Anne and her family, and ultimately rescued Anne’s diary from Nazi clutches

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A conversation with author Myra Goodman on her book Quest for Eternal Sunshine. A Holocaust Survivor's Journey from Darkness to Light

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Simon Wiesenthal Center Chief Nazi Hunter and Director of the SWC’s Israel office, Dr. Efraim Zuroff and Rūta Vanagaité, one of Lithuania's most popular public personalities and the successful author of numerous best sellers, discuss their book, Our People: Discovering Lithuania’s Hidden Holocaust.

WATCH THE WEBINAR


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