2009 documentary about students in Japan who learn about two Jewish children who grew up in Holocaust-era Czechoslovakia and the hardships they endured. In English, Czech and Japanese with English subtitles. Streaming through Nov. 11. Offered by East Bay Jewish film fest and Under One Tent. $5 per household, free for students 18 and under.
Former first lady discusses her 2018 book and topics such as race and immigration in an interview sponsored by the JCCSF and conducted by author Isabel Wilkerson. Registration required.
Dan Grunfeld, former Stanford and Israeli pro basketball player, and his grandmother, Holocaust survivor Lily Grunfeld, talk about stories of love and loss across generations. Presented by S.F.-based Farkas Center for the Study of the Holocaust in Catholic Schools.
First of two sessions exploring the controversial and intriguing late American writer. Led by Stanford professor Steven Zipperstein, who knew Roth and is working on a biography of him for Yale University Press’ Jewish Lives series. Presented by New Lehrhaus. Also Dec. 7.