CTHGC Events Calendar

We have regular events throughout each month. Please ensure that you register for any event you intend to attend. While our events are free of charge, donations are welcome in support of our ongoing events.

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The Lithuanian Holocaust and Why It Is So Controversial by Dovid Katz

The Lithuanian Holocaust and Why It Is So Controversial This talk outlines the history and major chapters of the Lithuanian Holocaust and goes on to question the uniqueness of the Baltics (and western Ukraine) vis-à-vis the outbreak of violence before arrival of the first Nazi...

Progressive Antisemitism by Ben M. Freeman

This webinar will explore the historical roots and modern manifestations of Progressive Antisemitism.

It will offer the opportunity for an in-depth examination of anti-Jewish racism, illuminating a deep understanding of what Jewish people are facing today.

Ben M. Freeman is a world-renowned educator who focusses on Jewish identity, antisemitism and raising awareness of the Holocaust. His first book, Jewish Pride: Rebuilding A People, coming out next year, will educate, inspire and empower Jews to reject the shame of antisemitism and to begin the process of exploring and embracing their own identities as proud Jews.

From Non-racialism to Anti-racism: Conversations in Black and White

Virtual Event

Please join us on Thursday 19 November at 7:00pm (SAST) for an online panel discussion on Racism and Xenophobia in South Africa. To receive the zoom webinar link via email, please register using the following link: https://bit.ly/38v0s4q


The Roma Genocide under Nazi Rule by Dr David Deutsch

Virtual Event

As part of the Nazi world view of “restructuring” Europe, ethnic groups such as the Sinti and Roma were branded as a dangerous threat and were violently targeted. This webinar, presented by Dr. David Deutsch, a Yad Vashem educator, will focus on the persecution of...


From Citizens to Outsiders: Burma’s Path to Genocide

Virtual Event

Join us for a panel discussion and a virtual tour of the new online exhibit “Burma’s Path to Genocide” with former political prisoner and Rohingya activist Wai Wai Nu; exhibit curator Greg Constantine; and policy expert Andrea Gittleman.