June 11, 2020
Eva Fogelman, eminent psychologist and pioneer in the treatment of the psychological effects of the Holocaust on survivors and their descendants working primarily in the US, in conversation with Gaby Glassman, psychologist and psychotherapist who has facilitated second generation groups in the UK and abroad since the 1980’s. This panel was originally included in the programme for AJR’s international forum on the second generation in April which was cancelled due to Covid-19.
June 7, 2020
The annual Greater New York KTA Spring gathering will be rescheduled when it is safe. We are planning a get together for greater New York area KTA members. Lunch will be served, a film will be screened. Details to come.
May 31, 2020 - June 2, 2020
In 1945, Jewish and other victimized groups were liberated from Nazi tyranny. 75 years later, Liberation 75 marks this important anniversary by remembering the victims, honouring the survivors, showcasing the future of Holocaust education, reflecting on antisemitism in the world, celebrating the role of the liberators, and committing to protecting freedom, diversity, human rights and inclusion. The KTA invites Kindertransport generations to join us there.
May 28, 2020 - May 31, 2020
Now though Sunday May 31, the wonderful documentary film on artist and Kindertransport survivor Eva Hesse is streaming, free, on the Hauser & Worth gallery website. Definitely worth a watch.
May 12, 2020
A special 99th Birthday showing of Adrienne Gruben’s short documentary about Lily Renee, a Kindertransport survivor from Vienna. There will also be a discussion with the director. View with Chrome browser on computer for best results. https://cya.live/event/909
April 21, 2020
KT2 Peter Rosen will speak about his mother’s experience on the Kindertransport, living with a foster family in England, serving in the British military, and making aliyah to Israel before eventually moving to Canada. Zikaron Online: 2nd Generation Testimony is hosted by Ophir tal, The Israeli Shaliach (Emissary) in The 14th Street Y and Downtown Manhattan. Register on eventbrite
April 21, 2020 - April 22, 2020
Rscheduled for Fall 2020 This AJR Conference will take place at Stamford Bridge, London, in partnership with Chelsea Foundation.Sessions will explore a wide range of issues relating to the theme of Second Generation and the future of Holocaust remembrance. Topics include history, psychology, identity, genealogy, archives, legacy and memorialisation. The KTA President is an invited speaker.
April 19, 2020
We come together as a community online to say: we will never forget. This year’s commemoration for Yom HaShoah / Holocaust Remembrance Day will be a virtual event honoring the memory of those who perished at the hands of evil, and paying tribute to those who survived and have made a better world for us all. Speakers include Holocaust survivors and family members, Ambassador Dani Dayan – Consul General of Israel in New York, Kind Dr. Ruth Westheimer, and many others.
April 6, 2020
Irish composer Deirdre Gribbin was inspired to write a song cycle after she recently met 97 year old poet and Kindertransport survivor, Lotte Kramer. Amanda Boyd (Soprano) and Emily Daggett Smith (violin) will perform the US premiere of eleven songs written by Gribbin, inspired by Kramer’s touching and revealing poetry. Gribbin’s work has been described as “pure magic, and “so astonishingly powerful that it communicates its meaning instantly” – The London Times
March 31, 2020
Join online for a fascinating conversation about the Kindertransport and its legacy with • Barbara Winton, daughter of rescuer Sir Nicholas Winton, who died in 2015 at the age of 106 • Amanda Susskind, Regional Director, ADL LA, whose father, Charles Susskind, was one of “Winton’s Children” • Michele Gold, LAMOTH Museum Board Chair, daughter of Kindertransport survivor Rita Berwald Livestreamed on Facebook