Category Archives: 70th ANNV BLOG

AUSCHWITZ TAUGHT ME NOT DISCARD OR BREAD CRUMBS – Interview with 93-year-old Woman on First Transport

OSWIECIM TAUGHT ME NOT DISCARD OR BREAD CRUMBS An interview with Edita Grosmanová nee Friedmann, who was born in 1924 in Humenne, Slovakia. She is 93 years old and was on the first transport to Auschwitz on 25 March 1942 … Continue reading

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Americans #BeKind to each other w/ #Randomactsofkindness today

In the wake of the election, protests by our young people, the growing fears of increased acts of racism and prejudice and the ever widening division between Americans, I challenge us to #BeKind and practice #Randomactsofkindness across the country today. … Continue reading

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“the measure of any society is how it treats it’s women and girls.” #MichelleObama

When Michelle Obama said, “the measure of any society is how it treats it’s women and girls” I held my breath. That is it in a nutshell, isn’t it? We have seen through history how women have been denigrated, but … Continue reading

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Holocaust Mystery Solved – What Happened to Mama and Papa?

It took 70 years and two trips to Poland to solve the mystery. Like so many people in the Holocaust, Mama and Papa disappeared, and their daughters never knew for sure what happened to them. Finally, we know the truth.

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