Exhibitions, concerts and initiatives This is how the city remembers the Shoah

The anniversary of the Day of Remembrance is approaching, set by a state law on January 27, and the Municipality has prepared a program to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust, even in the city. Yesterday, the commissioner Fabrizio Cigolot led an investigation with a series of events, on which, however, the uncertainty of the pandemic looms, which could make a part of it slip away. It begins Saturday 22 at 11, at the Modotti gallery, with the inauguration of the exhibition “600,000 No to Hitler and ally Mussolini”, dedicated to military deportees during the Second World War and curated by Anpi Udine.

Monday 24, from 8 to 13, at the Palamostre theater, an appointment with the schools, with the concert “Festival Viktor Ullammn” and with the dialogue between Angelo Floramo and Valerio Marchi, entitled “Friulian Jews between fascism, racial laws and the Shoah”. At 8 pm, doors open to the public with “At 20 precise” monologue by and with Gioia D’Angelo. Thursday 27 January, at 11, deposition of a wreath at the monument to the fallen in the extermination camps by the Aned, the Association of ex deportees. At 5.30 pm, in the Ajace room, presentation of the book “The last song of Codirosso” by Stefania Conte. Dialogue with the author Gabriella Bucco, by the Joppi civic library. The next day, January 28, at 5.30 pm, in the Ajace room, Anned presents “The duty of memory. Why remember the Shoah ”with the speakers Fulvio Luzzi Conti and Marco Balestra. The 29 at 11 inauguration of the exhibition “Stumbling blocks-Stolpersteine ​​2022” in the Project Galleries of Palazzo Morpurgo, at 16.30 at the Ethnographic Museum, presentation of the book “Where are you taking us? Kam nas peljete? Wohin bringt ihr uns? The deportation of psychiatric patients in Val Canale and the Italian-German options 1939/1940 ”with Kirsten Duesberg and Mario Novello. For now, the laying of the nine stumbling blocks in front of the headquarters of the former police headquarters in via Treppo remains undated. Wednesday 26 Finally, in January, Ute Nalato, at 5 pm in the main hall in viale Hungary, proposes “The Shoah in Italy. Reflections and testimony ”with Marco Balestra and Marco Ivancich. –


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