Join JCC Chicago Community Tuesdays and author Norman Finkelstein for an in-depth look at the Jewish Community during the Civil War.
Norman H. Finkelstein is the author of twenty-one non-fiction books. His biography of Edward R. Murrow, With Heroic Truth (Clarion) received the Golden Kite Honor Book Award for Nonfiction. Two of his books, Heeding the Call and Forged in Freedom (Jewish Publication Society) both received the National Jewish Book Award. He is also the author of the JPS Guide to American Jewish History.
His recent books are Union Made: Labor Leader Samuel Gompers and His Fight For Workers’ Rights (Calkins Creek/Boyds Mills & Kane) and The Capture of Black Bart: Gentleman Bandit of the Old West from Chicago Review Press. His latest book from Chicago Review Press is The Shelter and the Fence: When 982 Holocaust Refugees Found Safe Haven in America. Norman is a recently retired public school librarian and for 38 years, teacher of history at Boston’s Hebrew College.
Tuesday, October 19, 2021
1pm EDT | Noon CDT | 10am PDT
This program takes place over Zoom.
Please register in advance. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.