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Culture Cafe: Holocaust Survivor: Inheriting the Role of a Witness - Shared screen with speaker view
NCVPS Cafe
15:49
¡¡¡Gracias!!!
Taylor McKinley
40:07
What was your experience growing up in school?
Sheel Patel
40:08
Did the holocaust impact you in major ways as a kid?
Dhairya Agarwal
40:13
How do you spell the name of the language?
Eliz Colbert
40:26
Was it difficult for your family members to trust new people when they arrived in New Haven?
Sheel Patel
40:39
Can you elaborate and discuss with us more about anti-Semitism?
Preston Midgett
41:53
Did you experience any anti-Semitism in America
Nancy Hooper
41:54
Thank you, that was very interesting. Is your book published for others to order?
Geetanjali Soni
43:12
My father and grandparents survived the partition of India but lost everything. My grandparents are no more but my father is reluctant to talk about the horrors of the uprooting, any advice on how to encourage him to share more?
NCVPS Cafe
43:37
These are great questions y’all!!
Sheel Patel
44:09
What are you main goals of spreading the message of your and your parents holocaust story? Is it to end hate, increase openness among races, or some other reason?
Kim Eadie
46:04
How was your dad able to open his own business, did he have help from the Jewish and/or immigrant community?, and did he keep his shop his whole working life?
Preston Midgett
46:14
I'm learning about Judaism in History! That's cool
Geetanjali Soni
48:27
Thank you
Katherine Bailon
48:32
Thank you for sharing! I've learned a lot , i believe this is an important thing to understand. I'm glad you shared with us
salitacallicutt
49:07
You say a slave labor camp is where your father was. What is the. Difference between slave labor camp vs. a Death camp?
Preston Midgett
51:28
When were you born?
Kim Eadie
53:25
interesting, thanks :)
Preston Midgett
54:22
They called it the Jewish menace
Taylor McKinley
54:30
Is there a reason people deny the holocaust even when there is evidence it occurred?
Olivia Krisanda
54:35
Thank you so much for sharing you and your parents story! This is so important and essential to remember. Have you ever thought about returning to some of the places your parents grew up, lived, etc. to connect to their story?
Emma booth
54:43
I have read Night in English, it was very moving to read and learn about. Thank you for sharing!
Natalie Travis
56:08
Yeah, Night was a great book. Horrifying.
Natalie Travis
57:30
Have you read the Book Thief? It gives a different perspective on the Holocaust.
Preston Midgett
57:47
I have never read that book but I have read B-3087 and
Preston Midgett
57:53
Projekt 1065
Preston Midgett
58:12
Thank you!
NCVPS Cafe
58:25
http://www.holocaustspeakersbureau.org
Sharon Halperin
58:30
www.holocaustspeakersbureau.org
Sharon Halperin
58:40
sharonhalperin88@gmail.com
Rachel McBroom
59:39
Sharon, thank you for sharing your experience and that of your parents.
Lindsey Johnson
59:43
Thank you so much for sharing! I learned a lot and will continue my education to understand history so it won’t repeat itself. :)
hailey.hofmann
59:46
Thank you for sharing your story! It is so important for our generation to be aware of the tragedies that have occurred in the past.
Sophie Pflug
59:46
Thank you!
Taylor McKinley
59:47
Thank you so much!
Iris McClain
59:47
Thank you so much for sharing!
Nancy Hooper
59:48
Thank you!
Natalie Travis
59:48
Bye!
Olivia Krisanda
59:50
Thank you so much!!!
Katherine Bailon
59:51
Thank you
chasewilson
59:54
Thank you
Sharon Halperin
01:00:00
So welcome!
Kim Loudermilk
01:00:00
Thank you
Sadie
01:00:07
Thank you
Geetanjali Soni
01:00:22
Thank you