Wartime North Africa
Wednesday, September 21, 3:30-4:30 pm, online
Under the Nazi, Vichy, and Italian fascist regimes, Jews, as well as some Muslims, were subject to race law and internments in North Africa. Join UCLA professor Sarah Abrevaya Stein, co-editor (with Aomar Boum) of The Holocaust and North Africa and the forthcoming Wartime North Africa, as she discusses the experiences of North African Jews during World War II, why their histories have been marginalized and the relationship between Jews and Muslims during that period and how it reverberates today. This program is presented by the Orange County Jewish Community Scholar Program and sponsored by the TBS Adult Learning Committee.