Although it ended more than 70 years ago, the Holocaust isn’t history for the descendants of Holocaust survivors. Most people don’t realize that the children, grandchildren, and now even great-grandchildren of those who survived the Holocaust live with the invisible weight of a trauma they didn’t experience first-hand. Every single day of their lives.
Intergenerational trauma is not just about what happened in the past; it’s about what’s still happening and what will continue to happen in the future—if we don’t stop the cycle.
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Marc Smolowitz, Award-winning Independent Filmmaker
Eva Fogelman, Ph.D., author and co-producer of “Breaking the Silence: The Generation after the Holocaust,” a PBS Documentary
Linda Popky, author of “Marketing Above the Noise: Achieve Strategic Advantage with Marketing that Matters”
Toby Gotesman Schneier, Holocaust artist and historian
Toby Gotesman Schneier, World-renowned Holocaust artist and historian
John Guzlowski, author of “Echoes of Tattered Tongues: Memory Unfolded,” Winner of the 2017 Ben Franklin Award for Poetry
Armand Volkas, MFT, RDT/BCT
Psychotherapist, Drama Therapist and Theatre Director
Son of resistance fighters and survivors of Auschwitz
Director, Healing the Wounds of History Institute
Chaya Rosen, author of “In the Shadow of God, Poems of Memory and Healing"
Leah Warshawski, Producer and Co-Director, The “Big Sonia” movie (http://bigsonia.com)
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