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The Breman Online Speaker Series: Archiving the Jewish South

The Breman Museum Online Speaker Series: Archiving The Jewish South
May 01 2020 | 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

The Breman Museum Online Speaker Series: Archiving The Jewish South

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Join Jeremy Katz, Director of the Ida Pearle and Joseph Cuba Archives for Southern Jewish History at The Breman Museum as he discusses how archives grow, preserve, and make historic content accessible to the public. He will also highlight some exciting on-going projects in the archives at the Breman Museum.

This is our second installment of this virtual series with the Jewish Educational Alliance and Savannah Jewish Federation. 

This webinar will be held in Zoom and is freely available to all. Click on the link below to join a waiting room ahead of the start of the program.

Where: Join the waiting room click here.

Schedule: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Price: Free

This webinar will be held on the Zoom platform. By clicking the link you should be able to access the webinar, but if you have any issues here are some useful resources for troubleshooting before the day of the program.

How to join a Webinar in Zoom.

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