The Levy Senior Center Foundation is proud to sponsor the Levy Lecture Series, an educational program for residents 55+ years who are passionate about learning.
Reservations are required. You can register below, call (847) 448-8250 or stop by the front desk. All lectures are free and are held in the Linden Room.
Join us for our fall 2019 Levy Lecture Series "Exploring Our Differences!"
Tuesday, Dec 10 at 1pm
Silent Heroes, the Resistance Movement in Nazi Germany
Anette Isaacs, MA
This year marks the 80th anniversary of the start of World War II. Much has been written about ‘ordinary Germans’ who supported the Nazi dictator, but what about those countrymen and women who actively fought against the horrors unleashed by Hitler? There is a relatively unknown—even forgotten—group of Germans who heroically worked to thwart official policies and bring down the Nazi government. German historian Anette Isaacs will pay homage to Sophie and Hans Scholl, Georg Elser, Baron von Stauffenberg, the women of Rosenstrasse, and other groups who made up the German Resistance. Learn about these courageous people who were brave enough to be different in the most extraordinary circumstances.
Cheryl Judice, PhD | Faculty at NU's School of Education and Social Policy
Susan Ibitz | Owner, Human Behavior Lab
Elizabeth "Biz Lindsay-Ryan | Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Professor, Trainor and Consultant
Leslie Goddard, PhD | Popular Speaker, Author, and Historian
Eden Juron Pearlman | Director, Evanston History Center
Annette Baldwin | Historian, Lecturer, Actress, Pioneer in Historical Portrayals
Dino Robinson | Founder, Shorefront Legacy Center
Pamela Bannos | Professor of Photography, Northwestern University