Tuesday, April 14

Remembering the Holocaust: A Story of Loss, Love and Survival

Peer into the lives of two Holocaust survivors who lost their relatives to genocide and shared their story in the memoir “Against All Odds” at an exhibition.

5 p.m.

Gelman Library, Seventh floor

Wednesday, April 15

Women in Leadership: Security Careers in the Private Sector

Learn how to improve the status of women in security’s private sector by listening to professionals in the field at a panel discussion.

3:30 p.m.

Elliott School of International Affairs

Emancipation Day Lecture: Frederick Douglass’ Tales of Abraham Lincoln

Listen to GW professor Robert Levine relate Frederick Douglass’ famed diatribes against slavery to public views on president Abraham Lincoln.

6 p.m.

Elliott School of International Affairs

The 30th Annual Excellence in Student Life Awards

Cheer on other GW students while they receive awards for contributions to the GW community.

7 p.m.

Lisner Auditorium

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