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MPTV Community Cinema: FREE Screening of WISCONSIN'S NAZI RESISTANCE

Thursday, October 6, 2011 / 7:00 pm


MPTV Community Cinema: FREE Screening of WISCONSIN'S NAZI RESISTANCE

FREE Screening of WISCONSIN'S NAZI RESISTANCE

October 6,2011/ 7 p.m.
at the Jewish Museum Milwaukee, 1360 N. Prospect Avenue, Milwaukee

A Milwaukee woman living in Berlin dared oppose Adolf Hitler and the Nazis...she would pay the ultimate
price.

Preview the film and view the exhibit "Mildred Fish Harnack: The
Story of A Wisconsin Woman's Resistance"(at the Jewish Museum Milwaukee through
Nov. 27).

An open discussion follows the preview with Joel Waldinger, producer of this Wisconsin Public Television original production; Ellie Gettinger, Jewish Museum Milwaukee museum educator;and Bonnie Shafrin, director of the Nathan & Esther Pelz Holocaust Resource Center.

The event is free but reservations requested by Sept. 27 online or by phone: 414-390-5730.

Parking is available in the Museum/ Federation building lot (runs along the south side and behind the building) as well as on the street. Free overflow parking will also be available in the underground lot of the Jewish Home and Care Center, 1414 N. Prospect Ave. which is attached via an indoor corridor to the Rubenstein Pavilion and the Museum (ramp located on Curtis and Prospect).

Online Reservations Click Here.