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The Criminalization of Kindness: Forced Migration and Sanctuary from World War II until the Present

Tuesday, January 30, 5:00 PM in Harris Hall 108

A Polish refugee family in Warsaw, September 1939

The Holocaust Educational Foundation, in partnership with the Buffett Institute for Global Studies and the Department of History, is pleased to present the panel discussion “The Criminalization of Kindness: Forced Migration and Sanctuary from World War II until the Present.” The panel will feature Prof. Galya Ben-Arieh, “Sanctuary, Solidarity, and Sanctions: Civilian Assistance for Refugees and State Responses in the U.S. and Italy”; Benjamin Frommer, “Emigration, Flight, and Internal Resettlement during the Holocaust”; and Lauren Stokes, “Sanctuary Evanston: Refugees inĀ The Daily Northwestern, from the 1930s to Now.”

This lecture is free and open to the public, and will be followed by a reception.

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