Learn about THE U.S. AND THE HOLOCAUST, a film by Ken Burns, Lynn Novick & Sarah Botstein and the free educational resources available to engage in this important topic.
Join PBS Books, WETA, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and ALA to learn about THE U.S. AND THE HOLOCAUST, a film by Ken Burns, Lynn Novick & Sarah Botstein and free educational resources available to engage in this important topic.
In this 60-minute session, you’ll meet Sarah Botstein, one of the filmmakers; hear about programming resources (film screeners, discussion guides, book lists, panel discussions, poster sets and more) related to the film and the topic; and learn about what some other libraries have done in their communities to promote connections. The presenters will also share tips to help library workers connect with your local PBS station to collaborate on a program.
Ken Burns has said this is the most important work of his career—don’t miss the opportunity to learn more.
- Learn about THE U.S. AND THE HOLOCAUST, a film by Ken Burns, Lynn Novick & Sarah Botstein
- Learn about programming resources available to help library workers host events related to the film and the Holocaust
- Learn tips for partnering with a local PBS station on a film-related program
This webinar will be presented online via Zoom. Closed captions will be enabled during the presentation, and we will email a copy of the chat transcript to all attendees within 48 hours of the webinar.
Sarah Botstein, Co-director and producer of THE U.S. AND THE HOLOCAUST
Chloe Kougias, Sr. Mgr. National Partnerships & Engagement, WETA
Heather Montilla, National Director, PBS Books
Sarah Ostman, Deputy Director, American Library Association, Public Programs Office
JoAnna Wasserman, Education Initiatives Manager, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum