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2012
Wednesday, April 4th
8:00 PM

Remembering Sarajevo: A Benefit Concert

James Stone Goodman
Brothers Lazaroff

Covenant House Apartments

8:00 PM

A benefit concert for the exhibit Survival in Sarajevo: Jews, Muslims, Serbs, and Croats Working Together During the Bosnian War, 1992-1995.

Rabbi James Stone Goodman and the Brothers Lazaroff reveal the hidden secrets of the Sarajevo Hagaddah—“the book that saved a world.”

Friday, April 6th
6:00 PM

Remembering Sarajevo: 20 Years After the Beginning of the Siege

Ertana Džidžović
Sukrija Džidžović
Rita Csapó-Sweet, University of Missouri-St. Louis

Bosnian Chamber of Commerce | St. Louis, MO

6:00 PM

Bosnian journalists Sukrija and Ertana Dzidzovic speak about their experiences in Sarajevo during the siege and share Sukrija’s extraordinary wartime photographs.

Presentation followed by a lecture, “Life in Sarajevo Today,” by Dr. Rita Csapó-Sweet.

Sunday, April 15th
3:00 PM

The Lost Jewish World of Sarajevo

James Stone Goodman

Fontbonne University, Taylor Library

3:00 PM

Rabbi James Stone Goodman weaves music and poetry to tell stories of the lost world of Sarajevo.

Wednesday, April 18th
8:00 PM

From St. Louis to Sarajevo: Hadassah's Response to War and Genocide in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Elsie Roth

Fontbonne University, Lewis Room

8:00 PM

A lecture and slide presentation by Elsie Roth, RN, MSN, leader of Hadassah's relief effort in Bosnia-Herzegovina. In 1993, 1994, and 1995, Ms. Roth repeatedly visited the besieged city of Sarajevo to deliver relief supplies and meet with Sarajevans in all walks of life.

Sunday, April 29th
2:00 PM

20 Years After Prijedor

Refik Hodžić

Fontbonne University, Taylor Library

2:00 PM

A presentation by Refik Hodžić, Bosnian journalist and filmmaker and Communications Director for the International Center for Transitional Justice, to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the beginnings of the war and genocide in Prijedor, Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Free and open to the public.