Explore the drama and back story behind some of the most pivotal trials in history with notable jurist and teacher, Oak Dowling, J.D.
Examine the trials of Captain Alfred Dreyfus and his eventual exoneration and investigate contemporary French antisemitism with reference to the Dreyfus Affair.
A young woman, near death, awakens to the whisper of a clarinet. She must choose between life with a man she does not know and death with her beloved, who has possessed her as a dybbuk—a deceased soul who takes possession of a living body.
Join the OFJCC at the exclusive West Coast premiere performed in both English and Hebrew with supertitles.
Join in a panel discussion to understand the risks of hereditary cancer and to learn about genetic testing options. There will be an opportunity after the presentation to take the Color genetic test to screen for the BRCA mutations.
Examine the blood libel claiming that Jews engage in ritual murder and its connection to the Tsar's hoax of hate, the anti-Semitic 1905 booklet entitled The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion.
Discuss how the south's antisemitism led to the conviction of the wrong man, Leo Frank, for the death of a young girl.
Robert Oppenheimer's life and legacy are inextricably linked to America's most famous top-secret initiative, the Manhattan Project. But after World War II, this brilliant and intense scientist fell from the innermost circles of American science, and at the height of the Red Scare, the veil of suspicion fell over him.