(from Jewish Holiday Cooking: A Food Lover’s Treasury of Classics and Improvisations, by Jayne Cohen, available in print and e-book formats)
Yield: 2 medium loaves
Between October and November 2020, within the Iulia Hasdeu Lugoj Theoretical High School, the project of the Hasdeu Student Film Festival (FFEH 8) took place. This was the eighth edition of FFEH and the first to take place exclusively online. In this project, the students from Hasdeu, from the 9th, 10th, 12th and 12th D grades, made short videos with the theme “My family history”, using old photos and interviews with grandparents.
Sára az ELTE Kisebbségpolitikai szakán végezte tanulmányait. Különböző szociális és oktatási programokkal foglalkozó szervezeteknél dolgozott az elmúlt években. Nagyon szeret informális oktatási foglalkozásokat tartani és fiatalokat támogatni a saját kezdeményezéseik létrehozásában. Aktív tagja volt több magyar zsidó szervezetnek és a Roma Genocide Remembrance Initiative-nak is. A Centropánál a magyarországi programokat koordinálja.
Sára studied Minority and Ethnic Studies at ELTE University in Budapest. She has been working in NGOs and education projects about social issues for many years. She really enjoys facilitating trainings with non-formal education methods and supporting young people in creating their own initiatives. She was part of different Jewish youth and educational organizations in Hungary and also the Roma Genocide Remembrance Initiative. At Centropa she is the coordinator of the programs in Hungary.
October 9 represents, in Romania, the National Holocaust Remembrance Day. To commemorate this tragic event, between September and October 2020, at the Iulia Hasdeu Lugoj High School, took place the project „Holocaust through the eyes of children”. In this project, the students from HasdEU made posters, collages, drawings or paintings with the theme Children in the Holocaust (and / or the Holocaust). Given the conditions, the contest took place online.