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Exploring Jewish Genealogy with the Museum of Jewish Heritage, JewishGen, and JLTV

  • September 06, 2023
  • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
  • Zoom


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Join LILRC as we welcome Jack Kliger, President and CEO of The Museum of Jewish Heritage,  Avraham Groll, Executive Director of JewishGen, and Brad  Pomerance, Host and Executive Vice President, Jewish Life Television (JLTV) to learn about a new partnership.

 Using the digital resources of JewishGen, the historical resources of the Museum of Jewish Heritage, and the production resources of JLTV, a new television series, Generations will unravel centuries-old family histories. This program will explore the resources available for research at MJH and JewishGen and the stories being told with them.

Generations will be anchored by Brad Pomerance, host of award-winning television programs such as Air Land & Sea on JLTV, Uncovered in the Archives on KVCR in Southern California, and formerly Local Edition on HLN. Brad has received several awards for his work from the American Psychological Association’s Society of Media Psychology, Los Angeles Press Club, Religion Communicators Council, Religion News Association (1st Place, Outstanding Religion Documentary, 2021), Society of American Archivists, and Telly Awards.

“We look forward to partnering with JewishGen and JLTV, two pillars in the Jewish community, to bring this show to life. We hope this new series will provide moments of discovery to those we feature, and to broader audiences, where they will learn more about their ancestry and how to access the resources available. To better know who we are, we need to know where we came from. These personal stories will also provide opportunities to learn about many important moments and movements in Jewish history.” Jack Kliger, President and CEO of The Museum of Jewish Heritage. 

“Helping people retrace their family history and strengthening their sense of Jewish identity aligns perfectly with JewishGen’s mission of being the global home for Jewish genealogy. This partnership is an ideal path to learn, to discover, and to grow, all while demonstrating how people can utilize our unique collection of records, and unparalleled historical and community focused resources on their own. It will demonstrate that Jewish Genealogy is accessible for anyone with a desire to gain a deeper understanding of their Jewish roots, no matter their level of familiarity or expertise.” Avraham Groll, Executive Director of JewishGen.

About JLTV

Jewish Life Television (JLTV) is North America’s premier 24-7, Jewish-themed, English language television network. JLTV provides high-quality, Jewish-inspired programming for audiences of all faiths who share an interest in the Jewish experience in North America, Israel, and around the entire world. JLTV is available in nearly 50 million homes through the largest video providers in North America, including Bell Fibe, Charter, Comcast, Cox, DirectTV, and more. Over four million households watch JLTV every month. For more information, visit

About JewishGen

JewishGen was founded in 1987 and serves as the global home for Jewish genealogy. Featuring unparalleled access to more than 30 million records, it offers unique search tools, along with opportunities for researchers to connect with others who share similar interests. There is no charge to access JewishGen’s resources. JewishGen is an affiliate of the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust. For more information, visit

About the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust

The Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust is committed to the crucial mission of educating diverse visitors and community members about Jewish life and heritage before, during, and after the Holocaust. The third-largest Holocaust museum in the world, the Museum of Jewish Heritage anchors the southernmost tip of Manhattan, completing the cultural and educational landscape it shares with the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. The Museum of Jewish Heritage maintains a Collection of almost 40,000 artifacts, photographs, documentary films, and survivor testimonies.


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