January 26, 7:00 p.m. The White Theatre Jewish Community Campus
Dr. Geoffrey Megargee, senior applied research scholar at USHMM, serves as editor of the encyclopedia, heading up a team of researchers, scholars and volunteers from all over the world.  MCHE will host Dr. Megargee, who will speak about the camp system in Nazi occupied Europe, addressing the differences among death camps, slave labor camps, and concentration camps and explaining which prisoners were sent to each and their places within the German Reich.

Complimentary reservations are available by calling 913-327-8196 or emailing Those making reservations by Monday, January 23 will be seated beginning at 6:15 p.m.; walk-ups will be seated on a space-available basis beginning at 6:45 p.m.


Professional Jewish musicians, adept at chamber music, jazz, cabaret and classical music, often played during the Holocaust whether it was for Nazi entertainment, ridicule or to keep hope alive and soothe their own despair. In conjunction with its Return to Life Concert on November 6, MCHE presents Music in Hell, on loan from the Kupferberg Holocaust Center at Queensborough Community College in New York. Through wall panel images both poignant and disturbing, Music in Hell examines the wide scope of musical activities that existed before, during and after the Holocaust, illustrating the indomitable will of Holocaust victims.On display at the Jewish Community Campus September 20 through November 27, Music in Hell may be viewed during regular Campus operating hours.


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