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Den 27 januari 1945 när Auschwitz befriades var en vanlig dag som alla andra för Leon Weintraub. Han var fånge i koncentrationslägret Gross-Rosen efter att ha undkommit Auschwitz och överlevt fem år i ghettot Litzmannstadt. Weintraub överlevde flera läger efter Gross-Rosen. I detta informella samtal inför Förintelsens Minnesdag den 27 januari 2021 …
 
Carl Rosner puts the spotlight on the 1.5 million children who perished and offers hope for the future in the many children he has met who are taking responsibility by listening and carrying stories such as his forward. How can sharing the story of a childhood lost to the Holocaust attest to the power of positivity, and foster healing and resilienc…
 
How can sharing the story of a childhood lost to the Holocaust attest to the power of positivity, and foster healing and resilience? From Schenectady, New York, Carl Rosner and his daughter, author Elizabeth Rosner, discuss their family's survival of the Holocaust and his survival of the peace in Denmark, Sweden and the U.S. in conversation with au…
 
Journalisten Helena Trus farmor Cyla överlevde det otänkbara och gick nyligen bort i sviterna av covid-19. Hur påverkas vårt kollektiva minne av Förintelsen när vi förlorar allt fler förstahandsvittnen? Därför är det viktigare än någonsin att fortsätta berätta. Ett samtal mellan författaren Julie Lindahl och Helena Trus.…
 
Vad gör pandemin med demokratin och mänskliga rättigheter? Författaren Julie Lindahl berättar också om sin nya roman som fokuserar på kvinnans roll under den nazistiska rörelsen samt hur deras uppfostringsmetoder påverkat generationerna som kom efter. Ett samtal mellan Julie Lindahl och journalisten Helena Trus.…
 
In Survivor Café: The Legacy of Trauma and the Labyrinth of Memory Elizabeth Rosner, illuminates the experience of inheriting tragedy and how to interest people in the stories of the Holocaust, even as they are not born into families such as hers. Is literature about the Holocaust always doomed to insufficiency in its effort to give rise to an unde…
 
What difference can one person make in a time of catastrophe? Rachel Kadish speaks with Madoka and Oriha Sugihara, the granddaughter and great-granddaughter of Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara. During the Holocaust, Chiune Sugihara saved thousands of Jews by issuing illegal transit visas allowing the bearers to exit Europe through Japan. Among tho…
 
What do we risk when we try to listen honestly across the lines that divide us? And what can young people’s stories teach us about how to combat intolerance? Jason Reynolds, recently appointed by the Library of Congress as the National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, speaks with Rachel Kadish about his writing and his work on behalf of yo…
 
Two authors, both granddaughters of Nazis reflect upon themes raised by their family legacies: trying to understand versus the danger of normalizing extremism, forgiveness and responsibility, memory and truth, and what the third generation can contribute when it comes to understanding the historical significance of the Holocaust. Julie Lindahl inte…
 
What does it mean to take responsibility for deeds you yourself did not commit? Julie Lindahl relates her experience unearthing the truth of her grandparents’ involvement with Nazism and discuss the process that led her to write The Pendulum and to grapple with the legacy of her grandparents’ work on behalf of the Nazis’ racial war and talks about …
 
What can a story do in the face of intolerance? Author Rachel Kadish speaks about the legacy of her family’s WWII refugee experience and about the bridges art can build. Kadish discusses her own historical novel The Weight of Ink as well as the larger role of historical fiction in shifting the way we view distant times and communities, and sparking…
 
Can we ever bridge the void between the generations when it comes to the legacy of war? What price must Jews pay to become accepted as Americans or Europeans? How do war and peace affect our perceptions of the relationship between the US and Europe? Author and activist Julie Lindahl talks with novelist Derek B. Miller. storiesforsociety.com Voices …
 
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