The Holocaust Museum & Center for Tolerance and Education is hosting “Empowering Women Through Unity and Philanthropy,” led by Brooke Goldstein, Wednesday, November 13, at a private New City home, from 7 to 9 p.m.
Ms. Goldstein, a New York City-based human rights attorney, author, and award-winning filmmaker, is the executive director of the Lawfare Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness about and facilitating a response to the abuse of Western legal systems and human rights law. She also is the founder and director of the Children’s Rights Institute, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to track, spotlight, and legally combat violations of children’s basic human rights around the world. CRI has a special focus on the state-sponsored indoctrination and recruitment of children to become suicide-homicide bombers, child soldiers, and human shields.
The museum is hosted by Rockland Community College & receives funding from the Town of Ramapo, Rockland County, and the Jewish Federation & Foundation of Rockland County.
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