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  • January 27th is the Giorno della Memoria, or International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which pays tribute to the victims who tragically lost their lives during the Nazi-Fascist persecution more than 80 years ago.
  • Events: Reports
    (December 05, 2015)
    Held in collaboration with the Italian Cultural Institute, NYU Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò and the Center for Fiction. Reading and conversation on On Translating and Being Translated, (Other People’s Trades) Ann Goldstein (editor of Primo Levi’s Complete Works) and Esther Allen (Baruch College)
  • Art & Culture
    Natasha Lardera(February 03, 2014)
    The Longest Journey: the deportation of the Jews of Rhodes, by filmmaker Ruggero Gabbai and based on research conducted by Liliana Picciotto and Marcello Pezzetti, is a documentary that weaves together testimonies of three Jews who have survived Auschwitz – Stella Levi, Sami Modiano and Albert Israel. The film was presented at Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimo in collaboration with the Primo Levi Center as part of the program dedicated to the International Holocaust Remembrance Day
  • Facts & Stories
    Letizia Airos(January 25, 2012)
    On the occasion of the Remembrance Day, i-Italy publishes again this interview released on 27th January 2009. An encounter with journalist Andrea Fiano, member of the Board of Directors of the Primo Levi Center (NYC). He is the son of Nedo Fiano, an Auschwitz survivor, and the father of Talia, an Italian American teenager
  • Life & People
    Benedetta Grasso(November 01, 2011)
    The Annual Primo Levi Forum is approaching with an interesting look at the scientific works of the famous Italian Holocaust survivor. Natalia Indrimi, the Director of Centro Primo Levi, has given us an enlightening and in depth personal interview.
  • The Rosselli Case
    Events: Reports
    Francesca Crozier-Fitzgerald(February 01, 2011)
    The Primo Levi Center organized an afternoon of commemoration and discussion about the Italian experience during the Holocaust; recognizing those who partook in the Antifascist movement and other Resistance movements. The unprecedented international video-call discussion between Italian intellectuals, historians, and journalists in New York and across the Atlantic was followed by the screening of "The Rosselli Case," a film directed by Stella Savino
  • The theatrical performance "Salonika 1943", held at the Primo Levi Center on February 18, wrapped up this year's celebrations of Remembrance Day. We attended the event, in which the work was presented in English for the first time, and interviewed one of its authors, the former Ambassador of Italy to Israel and Greece, Gian Paolo Cavarai
  • Fossoli was one of the 48 areas that hosted an internment camp during Fascism in Italy. On January 31, the screening of "The Jews of Fossoli" at the Museum for Jewish Heritage acknowledged us on life in the Fascist camps through a collection of survivors' testimonies. The presence of Prof.CarloSpartaco Capogreco, the Director of Fondazione Ferramonti , an organization dedicated to preserving the memory of the largest camp in Southern Italy, became an occasion to reflect and learn more about a historical reality that remains almost unknown in Italy