UPCOMING KTA EVENTS
My Heart in a Suitcase
NOVEMBER 1, 2008 to DECEMBER 30, 2017
ArtsPower National Touring TheaterThis play, drawn from the autobiography of Kind Anne Fox is currently touring schools and other venues. KTA members are invited to attend any of the performances at no charge. Click on DETAILS below to view a video!
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WFJCSHD, KTA, GSI Conference
NOVEMBER 5-8, 2017
The 2017 World Federation of Jewish Child Survivors of the Holocaust and Descendants, Kindertransport Association, and Generations of the Shoah International ConferenceNovember 5-8, 2017Dan Hotel JerusalemDetails soon
New York area KTA summer luncheon
JULY 9, 2017 12PM -3PM
The NYC, Queens, Long Island chapter of the KTA hosts its annual spring lunch. All KTA members welcome, whether you live in or near NY or are passing through.Details soon!
2nd Generation Network London Discussion Group
MAY 9, 2017 6:30-8:45
London Discussion Group: Creative Responses to the HolocaustAn opportunity to explore the many ways the Holocaust has been processed and represented in the arts. What has worked for you? What hasn't? An informal discussion group for Second and Third Generations and an opportunity to share your thoughts. There is no need to book, but it would be helpful to have an idea of numbers. If you would like to attend please email. The Wiener Library, 29 Russell Square, WC1B 5DP
2nd Generation Network London German Citizenship Event
APRIL 25, 2017 6:30-9:30
Restoration of German CitizenshipPost-Brexit many of us are considering applying for German passports. Juliane Busch from the German Embassy will talk about Article 116 (2) Basic Law, explaining the application process and the documents required to acquire German citizenship. Followed by a question and answer session and one of our members, will share her perspective on the experience of successfully completing the application process. The Wiener Library, 29 Russell Square, WC1B 5DP
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In Search of Parents' Fate: Rita Rimalower's Postcards from Glasgow 1940-1942
JANUARY 15, 2017 to APRIL 1, 2017
KTA member Michele Gold shares this collection highlighting the experience of her mother, Rita Rimalower-Nettler. From 1940-1942, Rita sent postcards, six of which are on exhibit, pleading for news of her parents. Each postcard tells a heartbreaking story of separation and loss, themes echoed in the personal narrative of Holocaust Survivor, Eva Brettler who will speak to the loss of her own mother as an 8-year-old girl.
The Kindertransport Association