Explore Holocaust literature at MCC

MCC Reads presents "Remember the Past to Build the Future" - A Tribute to Holocaust Literature on Feb. 19.

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"Immigration Policy Beyond the Border"

MCC's Ash Lectureship on Feb. 19 is in partnership with the World Affairs Council.

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“One Survivor Remembers” film presentation at MCC

MCC Reads presents the story of Holocaust survivor Gerda Weissman Feb. 26 and 27.

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MCC is committed to building pathways to success for all of our students and citizens in the communities we serve.

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