Surviving Skokie | Film Screening and Panel Discussion

Challenge Yourself To Connect

During the 10 Days of Connection, challenge yourself to connect across lines of difference. There are many ways to do that: share a meal with someone you wouldn’t normally cross paths with, read a book or watch a movie that highlights the beauty of connection, take part in #MiamiWalks to get to know a new neighborhood, etc.! Check out and RSVP to the many opportunities to connect below, and if you’d like to host a connection experience, learn more on the Host page!

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Before Charlottesville and Gainesville, there was Skokie. Today more than ever, our country faces a rise in antisemitism and racism.

Join in for a screening of the award winning film Surviving Skokie followed by a dynamic panel and a thought provoking discussion with NSU Faculty and community leaders. The hosts promise you’ll open your mind!

Anyone living, working or going to school in Broward County can apply for free access to the resources of the Alvin Sherman Library because of a joint-use agreement between Nova Southeastern University and the Broward County Board of County Commissioners. For more information on the library, visit sherman.library.nova.edu.


Accessibility: Surviving Skokie seeks to make this event as accessible as possible to individuals of all different abilities and needs and will provide the following accommodations: accessibility for anyone with mobility issues,  moveable seating for people with disabilities, nursing room, and hosts at the door to assist attendees that require special services.

In need of additional accommodations, please send an email to msilvers@nova.edu at least 24 hours in advance of the event.