Confronting Hate and Extremism in Online Gaming and Social Media with Daniel Kelley, Associate Director of ADL’s Center for Technology and Society and Lauren Krapf, National Policy Counsel for ADL.s
CBI is excited to partner with ADL Florida on a new webinar series Empowering Our Children. The virtual series will focus on complex topics confronting families today and empower them with knowledge and tools to protect and raise global citizens. With expert facilitators in their respective fields, the series will help navigate societal issues and current challenges impacting families.
An informational webinar on Confronting Hate and Extremism in Online Gaming and Social Media. This webinar is free for those who pre-register and will give parents the resources to protect and empower their children while they are online.
Please visit https://support.adl.org/empoweringourchildren to register and to learn more about the series.
The Yellow Bird Sings by Jennifer Rosner
Facilitator: Maxine Cohen
Poland, 1941. After the Jews in their town are rounded up, Róza and her five-year-old daughter, Shira, spend day and night hidden in a farmer’s barn. Forbidden from making a sound, only the yellow bird from her mother’s stories can sing the melodies Shira composes in her head.
Róza does all she can to take care of Shira and shield her from the horrors of the outside world. They play silent games and invent their own sign language. But then the day comes when their haven is no longer safe, and Róza must face an impossible choice: whether to keep her daughter close by her side, or give her the chance to survive by letting her go . . .
The Yellow Bird Sings is a powerfully gripping and deeply moving novel about the unbreakable bond between parent and child and the triumph of humanity and hope in even the darkest circumstances.
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