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Temple Judea Renames Resource Center for Late Director, Holocaust Survivor Irving Roth

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Lauren Resnikoff, director of the Irving Roth Holocaust Resource Center, and Meryl Menashe
Photo by Ed Shin

Temple Judea in Manhasset presented the dedication of the Irving Roth Holocaust Resource Center on Nov. 6, renaming the center in honor of the Holocaust survivor and former director who died last year.

The dedication ceremony included a musical program and memories and remarks shared by Roth’s friends and students. It was followed by an open house and refreshments. Roth was the center’s beloved director, as well as a well-regarded Holocaust educator across Long Island. He died in February 2021 at the age of 91.

The Irving Roth Holocaust Resource Center’s main mission is to educate the youth and general public about the horrors of the Holocaust and what led to the genocide. It offers lectures from historians, testimony from Holocaust survivors, workshops, art and historical exhibits, teacher trainings, and more.

For more information, visit temple-judea.com/holocaust-center.

Image 14 Barbara Juhel Chairperson of the Irving Roth Holocaust Resource Center Lauren Resnikoff
Barbara Juhel Chairperson of the Irving Roth Holocaust Resource Center & Lauren ResnikoffPhoto by Ed Shin
Image 15 Donna Rosenblum Charles Rosenblum
Donna Rosenblum & Charles RosenblumPhoto by Ed Shin
Image 16 Irving Roth Holocaust Resource Center at Temple Judea
Irving Roth Holocaust Resource Center at Temple JudeaPhoto by Ed Shin
Image 17 Irving Roth Holocaust Resource Center at Temple Judea
Irving Roth Holocaust Resource Center at Temple JudeaPhoto by Ed Shin
Image 18 Irving Roth Holocaust Resource Center at Temple Judea
Irving Roth Holocaust Resource Center at Temple JudeaPhoto by Ed Shin
Image 19 Irving Roth Holocaust Resource Center at Temple Judea
Irving Roth Holocaust Resource Center at Temple JudeaPhoto by Ed Shin
Image 20 Irving Roth Holocaust Resource Center at Temple Judea
Irving Roth Holocaust Resource Center at Temple JudeaPhoto by Ed Shin
Image 1 Lauren Resnikoff Director of the Irving Roth Holocaust Resource Center
Lauren Resnikoff, director of the Irving Roth Holocaust Resource CenterPhoto by Ed Shin
Image 3 Temple Judea Rabbi Todd Chizner scaled
Temple Judea Rabbi Todd ChiznerPhoto by Ed Shin
Image 4 Robert Roth Myrna Kushman Candy Roth
Robert Roth, Myrna Kushman & Candy RothPhoto by Ed Shin
Image 5 New York State Senator Anna Kaplan
New York State Senator Anna KaplanPhoto by Ed Shin
Image 6 Robert Roth
Robert RothPhoto by Ed Shin
Image 7 Barbara Juhel Jennifer DeSena Town of North Hempstead Supervisor scaled
Barbara Juhel & Town of North Hempstead Supervisor Jennifer DeSenaPhoto by Ed Shin
Image 8 Robert Roth Jennifer DeSena Town of North Hempstead Supervisor
Robert Roth & Town of North Hempstead Supervisor Jennifer DeSenaPhoto by Ed Shin
Image 9 Rabbi Todd Chizner NY State Senator Anna Kaplan Edward Roth ennifer DeSena Town of North Hempstead Supervisor Robert Roth
Rabbi Todd Chizner, NY State Senator Anna Kaplan, Edward Roth, Jennifer DeSena Town of North Hempstead Supervisor & Robert RothPhoto by Ed Shin
Image 10 Temple Judea Cantor Deborah Jacobson
Temple Judea Cantor Deborah JacobsonPhoto by Ed Shin
Image 11 Temple Judea Cantor Deborah Jacobson
Temple Judea Cantor Deborah JacobsonPhoto by Ed Shin
Image 12 Barbara Juhel Chairperson of the Irving Roth Holocaust Resource Center
Barbara Juhel, chairperson of the Irving Roth Holocaust Resource CenterPhoto by Ed Shin
Image 13 Rich Quinlan Elizabeth Glennon
Rich Quinlan & Elizabeth GlennonPhoto by Ed Shin

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