The Yale University School of Medicine’s Program for Biomedical Ethics presents:
“The Yale Symposium on Holocaust and Genocide.”
You are cordially invited to attend the Yale Symposium on Holocaust and Genocide, to be held at the Harkness Auditorium at Yale School of Medicine.
This program is presented by the School of Medicine’s Program for Biomedical Ethics, and is supported by a generous donation from Dr. Jacob Lindenthal and his family. The purpose of this annual event is to engage an academic and medical audience, as well as the wider community, in a program designed to address issues related to the Holocaust and genocide of the Nazi era, as well as other examples more recently in history and to the present day. The symposium has a focus on the role played by physicians, but, as you can see from the attached brochure, our scope is much wider. After four lectures presented by outstanding leaders on a wide spectrum of subjects, there will be a panel and audience discussion on the increase of anti-Semitism nationally and internationally.
This program is free and open to the public. Lunch and other refreshments will be provided. It is an in-person event, and we are hoping for a large in-person audience to augment a robust discussion. For those who cannot attend, the symposium will also be broadcast via zoom, and on-line participants will be able to submit questions to the speakers and to the panel.
Register here to attendance in person or via Zoom session: https://forms.gle/EGJAKUpUxEHJQcH8A.