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"Let My People Go"

An exhibition at the UM's Wesley Gallery from Beit Hatfutsot (The Museum of the Jewish People). Fifty photos the Soviet Jewry movement from 1967-1989. Opening event at 8:00 PM with Rabbi Leonid Feldman and Joel and Adele Sandberg. Sponsored by the Miller Center for Judaic Studies at UM. Call 305-284-6882 for more information.

Jews and Arabs - the Historical Encounter

At 8:00 PM on Dec. 6 Prof. Norman Stillman speaks at the annual Robert Russell Memorial Lecture at the University of Miami's Sue and Leonard Miller Center for Contemporary Judaic Studies, 5202 University Dr., 105 Merrick Bldg. Parking in the lot adjacent to the Merrick Bldg. The lecture is free and so are the cookies and hot and cold beverages.

Rabbi Solomon Schiff

Our beloved community rabbi for over 25 years has written his memoirs, "Under the Yarmulke: Tales of Faith, Fun and Football". Please join us on Feb. 15 as he addresses the audience at UM's Miller Center, 5202 University Dr. We'll have dessert at 7:30 and lecture at 8:00.

Rivka Carmi, Pres. Ben Gurion University

Rivka Carmi, M.D., the only female president of an Israeli institution of higher learning, will address the audience at the UM's Miller Center on "Re-Imagining the Ivory Tower: The Responsibility of Academia to Society". 5202 University Dr. at 7:30 for dessert reception and 8:00 for lecture.

Ghetto Tango

Monday, January 30 at 8pm Tuesday, January 31 at 8pm

In Recognition of International Holocaust Remembrance Day

in association with Holocaust Memorial of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation

Presents Two Performances of Ghetto Tango featuring leading Yiddish artists

Zalmen Mlotek, Daniella Rabbani and Avram Mlotek

Ghetto Tango highlights the songs and music performed in the underground cabarets that sprang up in the Jewish ghettoes in Nazi-occupied Europe during the Holocaust. At times edgy, sad, raucous, sardonic-- but always an expression of defiance and the will to survive!

The concert, which has been performed with outstanding success in major centers in the United States and Canada, will take place at GableStage at the Biltmore 1200 Anastasia Avenue, Coral Gables FL 33134. Tickets $36/Students $10

For more information call the Miller Center at 305.284.6882 or email mschwartz@miami.edu or send a check to the Miller Center, P.O. Box 248161, Coral Gables, FL 33124, attention Maxine Schwartz.

Special thanks to Tania and Israel Lapciuc for sponsoring this event.

The Sue and Leonard Miller Center for Contemporary Judaic Studies University of Miami

5202 University Drive, Merrick Building 105, Coral Gables, FL 33146-2018.

Tel.: 305-284-6882; Fax: 305-284-5274; email: ccjs@miami.edu

www. miami.edu/miller-center

"When They Come for Us, We'll Be Gone"

This is the definitive book on the 'refusnik' phenemonon, written by journalist Gal Beckerman.
Lecture at the Miller Center on Nov. 7 @ 7:30 on the UM campus at 5202 University Dr. We'll be joined by Rabbi Leonid Feldman, the first Russian ordained in the Conservative movement. Part of the Annual Jewish Book Festival.

How to Teach About Israel

We invite Jewish teachers, rabbis, communiy and summer camp educators to join us for a one day workshop, "History, Politics and Society of Modern Israel" presented by Dr. Ken Stein (Emory) and his team. Continuing Ed credits available. There is no fee to participate. Email mschwartz@miami.edu before Nov. 7 to register. Sunday, Nov. 13 from 12:30 - 6:30 PM at the UM's Miller Center, 5202 University Dr., Coral Gables.

Teaching Israel

The Miller Center will host a one day seminar for Jewish educators on Nov. 13 from 12:30-6:30. It is free and will qualify for Continuing Education credits via CAJE. Please email mschwartz@miami.edu to enroll and to receive our letter of invitation which has many more details.