Violins of Hope helping to Educate and Combat Antisemitism through Culture and the Arts
Join us this week and next week for our discussion with Arlene Bridges Samuels to find out about Violins of Hope. Arlene is a pro-Israel Christian advocate who has held pioneering positions for two decades with Israel Always, American Israel Public Affairs Committee, (AIPAC) and International Christian Embassy Jerusalem USA’s project, American Christian Leaders for Israel. Traveling to Israel since 1990, she is an author at the Times of Israel and weekly columnist for The Christian Broadcast Network Israel. Arlene serves on the board of South Carolina’s Violins of Hope and co-edited The Auschwitz Album Revisited booklet.
Arlene shares the exciting news about upcoming events in South Carolina, Spring 2022, with Violins of Hope and Holocaust Education.
Arlene shares with us the history and origins of the Violins of Hope and how the upcoming events will touch the community with a kinetic learning experience using culture and the arts to share history and spark passion. The Jerusalem Connection will participate in the event with Pat Hutchen’s artwork from The Auschwitz Album Revisited on display to augment the music, the performances, and the speakers. Enjoy the interview and for more information, go to www.ViolinsofHopeSC.org or www.TheJerusalemConnection.Us