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No byline. Glass’ free service Memories Live helps terminally ill people and their families create a personalized movie for posterity. PDF. Winter 2012.
Jack Riemer. A prayer that can help us as we begin the sacred task of closing down and emptying out our parents’ home after they die. Summer 2012.
Michael A. White. Coming to terms with certain limitations of freedom posed by middle age and learning how to expand the possibilities for growth. Summer 2011.
When Holocaust survivors tried to tell their stories, most people - even therapists - would not listen to or believe them. The consequences have been multigenerational. Part of Focus: The Battle for Memory. Winter 2009.
Aron Hirt-Manheimer. Epiphany at the International Tracing Service, Bad Arolsen, Germany. Part of Focus: The Battle for Memory. Winter 2009.
Paul A. Shapiro. What it took to open ITS, the largest archive of inaccessible Holocaust-related documents, in Bad Arolsen, Germany. Part of Focus: The Battle for Memory. Winter 2009.
Emory University professor prevails in a London court against a Holocaust denier. Part of Focus: The Battle for Memory. Winter 2009.
Four archives here to help, including ITS in Bad Arolsen, Germany. Part of Focus: The Battle for Memory. Winter 2009.
Claudia Stevens, a performance artist, playwright, and musician, has created a repertoire of 15 interdisciplinary theatrical pieces, four of which explore art, ethics, and identity in Holocaust-related settings. Part of Focus: The Battle for Memory. Winter 2009.
Dan Fleshler. Thousands of Germans are documenting, restoring, and perpetuating the memory of Jewish life and culture before the Nazis took power. Part of Focus: The Battle for Memory. Winter 2009.

 
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