One Embarcadero Center
San Francisco, CA
Full Title: What Does History Teach Us About Racism, Hatred and Prejudice Today?
Morgan Blum Schneider has been an instrumental leader in the development and success of the Jewish Family and Children's Services' Holocaust Center since 2005. She teaches seminars, mentors high school and university students through advanced fellowships, and develops curriculum. Morgan also leads educator workshops and study tours to Europe and Israel. After receiving her undergraduate degree from Clark University in history (specializing in Holocaust and genocide studies) she went on to Deakin University in Australia where she focused her Masters thesis on the forced removal of Aboriginal children as a case of genocide.
A staunch advocate for innovative and interactive Holocaust education, Morgan has published several articles on the patterns of genocide, best practices for teaching the Holocaust, and the future of Holocaust education in the post-survivor era. Morgan is an active member of the San Francisco Bay Area Darfur Coalition and sits on the advisory boards of the Genocide Education Project and the Farkas Center for the Study of the Holocaust in Catholic Schools. She is a Bay Area native.