Marking Humanity: Stories, Poems, & Essays by Holocaust Survivors

Marking Humanity: Stories, Poems, & Essays by Holocaust Survivors

by Shlomit Kriger

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Marking Humanity: Stories, Poems, & Essays by Holocaust Survivors by Shlomit Kriger

Imagine sitting across from a member of the German Secret State Police and negotiating with him to allow for the release of Jewish youngsters and for the establishment of a Jewish school. What can a teenager do when forced to march past the gallows and see how two of his campmates were hung? These are just some of the very real experiences that afflicted the 46 featured Holocaust survivors, who remained resilient and went on to rebuild their lives in the United States, Canada, Israel, Australia, England, and Germany. Through their bios and 70 writings, Marking Humanity provides a first-hand glimpse into their hardships, triumphs, courage, personal reflections, prayers, and growth, while also illuminating lessons from the survivors and Holocaust and emphasizing their relevancy today. Readers are encouraged to consider how every person helps to shape the world and the collective shifts that can be created so future generations discover the true meaning of "Never Again."

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148580621
Publisher: Soul Inscriptions Press
Publication date: 09/25/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 312
File size: 19 MB
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About the Author

Shlomit Kriger is a Canadian writer and editor covering dynamic and inspiring people and ventures for diverse local and international news outlets and organizations. Her poetry, songs, and other creative pieces stretch readers' emotions and imaginations, sometimes also pushing them to dive deeper into societal issues. In 2005 she coordinated the humanitarian organization Ve'ahavta's 6th Annual Creative Writing Contest for the Homeless and co-produced a zine featuring the winning entries. That meaningful experience led her to earn a certificate in the Foundations of Expressive Arts Therapy and later pursue Artist-Educator Training at The Royal Conservatory School. She continues to explore how the arts can be used to help people express themselves, become empowered, and heal.

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