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Presentation at Annual Bill Lane Social Work Disaster Response Conference, Mar. 22 at Jacobi Medical Center, Bronx

On Thursday March 22, I will be making a presentation entitled “Intergenerational Transmission of Mass Trauma” at the Annual Bill Lane Social Work Disaster Response Conference, hosted at Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx. 38 more words

Week 29: 3/12-3/16

We had a busy week at EVMS! There were many visits from the high school counselors and InTec students and teachers to help the eighth-graders sort out what to do next year as freshman. 479 more words

Middle School

"Hitler, Stalin and I" receives a starred review from Shelf Awareness

“Heda’s torturous path through some of the 20th century’s greatest calamities is rendered with deep wisdom and a poetic eye for detail. Her misfortunes, and her perseverance through them, makeĀ  51 more words

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Reading for rebooting!

How books can help us cope.

I began writing this blog in order to help non-readers find their trajectory into the world of literature. To help them explore the beauty with which writers express emotions using just those very 26 alphabets that you and I use to talk and text all day long. 945 more words

The True Nature of the God of the Bible

Holocaust victims discover a ‘Hitler’ worse than Hitler

“Who punishes a child…” for the sins of it’s parents?

“God does”

“Seven days… seven days that child spent dying in Pain.” 72 more words

#78 - Notes on The Irish Famine


In this edition of The Aidan Project, Aidan examines the claims regarding culpability and blame within the historiography of The Irish Famine (circa 1845-1850). 306 more words


Speak out or forever hold your peace.

Over spring break, I went to Washington, D.C. with my school to visit museums, monuments and so forth. In the Holocaust museum I saw this quote near the exit that spoke to me, it read… 328 more words