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Programs to Watch or Stream with THIRTEEN
Thursday, April 18 at 10:30 p.m. – Streit’s: Matzo and the American Dream
The Jewish holiday Passover is just around the corner, which means that for eight days, leavened bread is verboten and everything’s coming up matzo! Tune in for the broadcast of Streit’s: Matzo and the American Dream explores the fascinating history of the Streit’s Matzo factory, which operated for nearly a century on New York’s Lower East Side. See the eight fun facts about matzo THIRTEEN researched.
Wednesday, May 1 at 9 p.m. – Hitler’s Holocaust Railways
Chris Tarrant (Chris Tarrant: Extreme Railways) explores the darkest chapter of rail history in HITLER’S HOLOCAUST RAILWAYS. As Tarrant examines the Nazi’s scheme to build the world’s most powerful railway leading up to World War II, he meets with Holocaust survivors to hear their stories.
Stream Now. Treasures of New York: Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center
The Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center presents a unique cultural institution acting as a voice of tolerance across Long Island. Established on the grounds of a former Pratt Estate, this state-of-the-art museum captures the lives of Long Island’s Holocaust survivors and transports visitors to a critical time in history, empowering students and adults alike with vital lessons of understanding. Stream full episode here.
Stream Now. Treasures of New York: UJA-Federation
Treasures of New York uncovers the rich history of UJA-Federation, a New York-based Jewish philanthropic organization that raises and allocates funds to help those in need. Now in its centennial year, UJA-Federation serves both the New York and global communities by funding human service and educational programs and by supporting Jewish and non-Jewish community through important historical events. Stream full episode here.
Stream Now. An Unknown Country
An Unknown Country tells the story of European Jews who escaped Nazi persecution to find refuge in an unlikely destination: Ecuador, a South American republic barely known at the time. Featuring first-hand accounts and archival material, the film follows the exiles’ perilous escape and difficult adjustment as they remade their lives in what was for them an exotic, unfamiliar land. Learn more and stream now here.