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International Holocaust Remembrance Day: My Presentation for the Wagner College Holocaust Center

Presentation Date: 01/27/21
Location: Zoom

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I was invited by Dr. Lori Weintrob, the director of the Wagner College Holocaust Center to speak on Wednesday January 27, as  we will be commemorating International Holocaust Remembrance Day…. READ MORE>>

Upcoming Presentation for International Holocaust Remembrance Day: The Impact of Trauma Through Three Generations.

Presentation Date: 01/27/20
Location: The Wing, Penthouse, 45 E 20th St, New York, NY 10003

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On Sunday January 27th, 2020, I will have the honor of participating in an event at The Wing in NYC. The Wing is a unique resource for women to become… READ MORE>>

2019 International Holocaust Commemoration Day

2019 International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust was marked today by a ceremony at the United Nations headquarters in NY, which took place at the General Assembly. The focal point emphasized by all speakers was the critical importance of Holocaust education, the lessons that need to be learned from the Holocaust, and the questions… READ MORE>>

Redemption Blues: A Documentary about the Second Generation, this week at Casa Italiana NYU

The documentary Redemption Rules will be shown on Thursday January 31, 2019 at Casa Italiana at NYU.  More information can be found by clicking on the image below: As the description of the documentary states, Redemption Blues is a film about the legacy of the Holocaust,  which begins where conventional Shoah narratives leave off and traces a path forward, exploring… READ MORE>>

United Nations Holocaust Memorial Ceremony, Wednesday January 31/2018

On Wednesday January 31, I will be joining the Board of the Holocaust Council of MetroWest and its members in attending the Holocaust Memorial Ceremony, in honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day at the United Nations in NYC. The ceremony will take place from 11 am – 1 pm in the General Assembly Hall of the UN Headquarters in NYC…. READ MORE>>

Remembering Our Parents’ Resilience, and Honoring Their Legacy

Growing up, my parents’ home was always full of friends. A mere handful of years after the end of the war, my parents had managed to build a business in which they worked incredibly hard, and with which they filled their home with a sense of affluence that they generously shared with anyone who came in. And many guests came… READ MORE>>

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