7 2021

JFSA HMMSA: Patches: Others Deemed Dangerous or Inferior

1:00PM - 4:00PM  

JCC auditorium or Zoom (TBD)
If this is held in person we will charge $10 ($5 for students), if virtual it will be donation only.

Contact Kate McCloud

Jewish Federation of San Antonio Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio The Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio (

The Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio annually hosts its PATCHES – Others Deemed Dangerous or Inferior program, which highlights other groups outside of the Jewish people victimized by the Nazis during the Holocaust.

The 2021 PATCHES program, sponsored by the Jewish Federation’s Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio and Jewish Community Relations Council, will reach outside of specific aspects of the Holocaust to raise awareness of a modern-day genocide occurring to the Uyghur people in Xinjiang, an autonomous territory in northwest China.

The event will include the screening of the documentary film, “In Search of My Sister,” with a special introduction by the film’s producer, Jawad Mir. The film tells the story of Rushan Abbas, an American Uyghur Activist who chronicled the search for her sister who was detained by the Chinese Communist Party. Her sister is believed to be one of 2-3 million Uyghurs who have been taken to concentration camps in China.  You can view the trailer to film using the link before the event.

A panel discussion will follow featuring: Rushan Abbas, Founder and Executive Director, Campaign for Uyghurs, Julie Millsap, Director of Public Affairs and Advocacy, Campaign for Uyghurs; and representation from the Texas legislative delegation.

There is no charge to attend this program.  We do ask that you register your participation on November 7.