Join Montreal Holocaust Museum online on February 28th at 12 PM EST for a riveting and enlightening virtual book talk, “Black Lives Under Nazism: Making History Visible in Literature and Art,” as part of our Black History Month celebrations.

Led by the esteemed Sarah Phillips Casteel, author of this groundbreaking book, professor of English at Carleton University, and a former research fellow at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum who is renowned for her insightful cross-disciplinary work in Jewish and African Diaspora Studies, this event is poised to illuminate a chapter of history that has been largely obscured.

In thoughtful conversation with Tema Smith, Casteel will discuss works of art and literature that shed light on a segment of history that has remained largely in the shadows, bringing to the forefront the little-known stories of Black individuals who endured the horrors of Nazism in Germany and occupied Europe.