Please join the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Project as our community remembers and reflects upon Kristallnacht, considered by many to mark the start of the Holocaust. Our 20th annual Kristallnacht program will feature a special presentation by Ann Mann Millin, Ph.D., historian in Leadership Programs in the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s National Institute for Holocaust Education.
State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda
featuring Ann Mann Millin, Ph.D., US Holocaust Memorial Museum
Wednesday, November 9
Theatre, building 4
Free and open to the public; tickets required and available at www.monroecctickets.com
Before joining the Institute staff, Dr. Millin was the Special Assistant to the Director of the Museum’s Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies and the Program Coordinator of the Miles Lerman Center for the Study of Jewish Resistance. Prior to her work in the Center, she was the Historian in the Museum’s Photo Archives.
Since 1999, she has served as Historian in the Museum’s Law Enforcement and Society Program for the FBI Academy-Quantico New Agent, Analyst, and National Academy programs, as well as the Law Justice and the Holocaust nation-wide program for prosecutors and judges. Currently, she is also co-coordinator of the Museum’s outreach programs to the journalism and diplomatic professions in support of the Museum’s current special exhibition, State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda, and is the Curator of the exhibition’s website.
and Human Rights Project
20th annual Kristallnacht 2011.pdf