On 15 February I gave a couple of workshops at the Johannesburg Holocaust and Genocide Centre.
One session was for survivors and the other for staff and members.
(L-R). Eli Rabinowitz & Don Krausz
This was the first time I had presented specifically to a group of survivors, although I had filmed several survivors’ testimonies in the past.
I showed photos from my trips to the Baltics & Eastern Europe as well as some videos from my Zog Nit Keynmol project for King David & Herzlia Schools.
The most noticeable outcome was the positive reaction to my initiative to get our youth learning and singing Zog Nit Keynmol, the Partisan Song.
(L-R). Eli, Veronica Phillips, Barbara Berman
For more details on Zog Nit Keynmol, please visit:
The two key videos to watch are:
the Phillip Maisel Interview
Herzlia’s Vocal Ensemble Sings:
Below is a video of Freidi Mrocki reciting the poem in English. Freidi is the teacher at Sholem Aleichem College in Melbourne, who recorded the interview with Phillip Maisel in 2015.
(L-R). Shirley Sapire, Betty Slowatek, Eli, Margaret Hoffman
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