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"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

03:32 min | 6 months ago

"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"It just keeps getting better and better. All right, Let's talk about something else that we enjoy every month. And that's talking about your new databases that you've released at ancestry. Com. Yeah, absolutely. So three big things that I want to talk about this month. The first one is one of the most recent collections, and that is the Ireland. Casey Collection Index is now I don't know. I don't remember. Scott, Do you have ancestry in Ireland? I have some, but I haven't discovered who it is yet showing up. Okay, Well, a lot of guys I know who it is, but I have Haven't found the connection. Yeah, So one of the things that we struggle with an Irish researchers that so many of their records were lost during their civil war in 1922, And so any time we can find local records that then get rolled up into larger collections. That's a huge deal for Irish researchers. So the Casey collection is an individual, Albert Casey, who wrote a series of books With information about birth marriage, death residences for people who lived in counties Cork and carry so in the south, and this collection spans 15 45 to 1960. So it's a really big deal. If you've got family from those locations, large populations and for those of us here in the United States, huge population centers of immigration out of Ireland into Canada and the United States. What else have you got for us? Sit down. Keep it come. Mr. So I think we've talked about this before, but I just want to make sure people are still aware of it, which is ancestry is re indexing. The 70 Million pages of wills and probate is that we have on our site for the United States. So when we originally indexed it several years ago, we only indexed the name of the deceased So we're going back through and we are now indexing every name so Wow witnesses, the spouse, the Children, any people they may have enslaved. All of those names are being indexed with the relationships rather than doing all 50 states and then releasing them all at once. We are doing this just on a constant basis and releasing those states as they are complete. So be sure to check the card catalog to see if your state has been published this month. I've been seeing some of the states that I research coming out. It's like, okay. Anything new yet, Right? Yeah. Wills and prove it's there just this gold mine of information, and it's Super important for individuals who are descendants of slavery, but also for those of us who don't know the maiden names of women right. You can find her by her married name listed in her father's will, and now that's going to be fully searchable. Quite. I mean, when I think about that kind of project how many volunteers do you have working on that? You know, ancestry. Actually, this is interesting, maybe to some of your listeners employees professional indexers, So we work with Several organizations who do this for their careers around the world. We do have a volunteer indexing program, but we use it almost exclusively to index records from the U. S Holocaust Memorial Museum, So everything else runs through our either are paid King program or through some of the OCR technology that we've developed. Wow, It's just mind blowing stuff I think back to when I started in 1981 on It was actually 40 years ago this month. Oh, and to see where we are now. It's just I'm glad that I've lived to see it. Great stuff. Krista. Thank you so much to ancestry dot com. Always appreciate visiting with you and we'll talk to you again next month. Absolutely. And coming up next, ask us anything when we return in three minutes on extreme jeans,.

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"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:31 min | 7 months ago

"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Mr Putin was the former head of the KGB during During Soviet Union days, and I'm sorry, but by definition, as far as my understanding is concerned, that would qualify him to be regarded to regard it as a killer. But that was then. And this is now Maybe maybe this is why he's told by his handlers should only call on the reporters who are On his list might well be Speaking of interesting comments, Let's see that jump down to Republican from Georgia representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, who yesterday apologized for comments that she made What about a month ago? Mhm comparing mask mandates in the House of Representatives to the Holocaust. And here's what she said. The horrors of the Holocaust or something that Some people don't even believe happened and some people deny, but there is no comparison to the Holocaust. And there are words that I have said in remarks that I've made that I know are offensive and for that I want to apologize, and she made her comments at the U. S Holocaust Memorial Museum, which I always think is A great way to educate people when they say something, or do something, um, that can be deemed anti Semitic. Or, um, in any way is given a dose of the Holocaust Museum under a little understanding. Yeah, I congratulate Representative Green. She is widely regarded by a lot of people is.

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Anti-Semitic language renews push for education

WBZ Morning News

00:36 sec | 10 months ago

Anti-Semitic language renews push for education

"And reports of anti Semitic language and play calls on a high school football field is renewing a push for genocide education before seniors congratulate. The Massachusetts Senate last year approved a bill that would require genocide instruction before students graduate from high school that legislation failed to reach Governor Charlie Baker's desk. Senate President Karen Spilka tweeted this week that she expects the Senate will again approved the bill that the U. S. Holocaust Memorial Museum says as many as 17 states require Holocaust education as part of their secondary school

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"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on KCRW

"Goethe worked hard to preserve the music and language she inherited from her Sephardic Jewish ancestors in Europe. She was best known for writing a panic, a song that became a favorite around the world. Which I actually recorded with the band Pink martini. What some Candelas, Florida go to died last month at age 97 in Alexandria, Virginia. NPR's Anastasia. It's focus has this remembrance Flory Jagoda was born in Sarajevo were her family had lived for generations. They were descendants of Jews who were expelled from Spain in 14 92. At home. She spoke Latino, the language of their Sephardic Jewish community. She sang and played accordion and learn music from her grandmother. Must thank you. It must. Florida. Goethe was a teenager. When World War two began her stepfather put her on a train to Italy under a false Christian name. He told her to play her accordion as a distraction. She enchanted the conductor so much that he failed to ask for her ticket. Later, she was sure that the music had saved her life. She fell in love with an American soldier and moved to the US decades later, she learned that most of her family in Bosnia had died together near their home as she told the U. S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in the 1995 interview. Her family was thrown into a mass grave, including her grandmother, her beloved nonna off them. 42 people. You wanna No one is bachelor. Babies. Oh, All the songs. Culture in the United States. She performed and taut and later she mentored other musicians like Susan got to, But for a long time, Gaeta says, there was no Sephardic music or Latino in Florida. Goethe is life. You got his parents who had survived the Holocaust had also moved to the United States and her mother couldn't bear to be reminded of the past. She didn't want to sing a Sephardic song until her mother and father passed away. But when Florida Goethe decided to share her traditions again, there was no stopping her. As she told the U. S Holocaust Memorial Museum. All the songs she wrote and performed were for the family. She had lost every song that I've written about holidays, it's all about them. They're with me. They're with my Children. They're with my audience. That was Florida. Goto's legacy, Honest as its focus. NPR NEWS, New

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Remembering Flory Jagoda, Who Preserved Sephardic Jewish Music And Language

Marketplace

02:58 min | 1 year ago

Remembering Flory Jagoda, Who Preserved Sephardic Jewish Music And Language

"Goethe worked hard to preserve the music and language she inherited from her Sephardic Jewish ancestors in Europe. She was best known for writing a panic, a song that became a favorite around the world. Which I actually recorded with the band Pink martini. What some Candelas, Florida go to died last month at age 97 in Alexandria, Virginia. NPR's Anastasia. It's focus has this remembrance Flory Jagoda was born in Sarajevo were her family had lived for generations. They were descendants of Jews who were expelled from Spain in 14 92. At home. She spoke Latino, the language of their Sephardic Jewish community. She sang and played accordion and learn music from her grandmother. Must thank you. It must. Florida. Goethe was a teenager. When World War two began her stepfather put her on a train to Italy under a false Christian name. He told her to play her accordion as a distraction. She enchanted the conductor so much that he failed to ask for her ticket. Later, she was sure that the music had saved her life. She fell in love with an American soldier and moved to the US decades later, she learned that most of her family in Bosnia had died together near their home as she told the U. S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in the 1995 interview. Her family was thrown into a mass grave, including her grandmother, her beloved nonna off them. 42 people. You wanna No one is bachelor. Babies. Oh, All the songs. Culture in the United States. She performed and taut and later she mentored other musicians like Susan got to, But for a long time, Gaeta says, there was no Sephardic music or Latino in Florida. Goethe is life. You got his parents who had survived the Holocaust had also moved to the United States and her mother couldn't bear to be reminded of the past. She didn't want to sing a Sephardic song until her mother and father passed away. But when Florida Goethe decided to share her traditions again, there was no stopping her. As she told the U. S Holocaust Memorial Museum. All the songs she wrote and performed were for the family. She had lost every song that I've written about holidays, it's all about them. They're with me. They're with my Children. They're with my audience. That was Florida. Goto's legacy, Honest as its focus. NPR NEWS, New

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"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on WTOP

"Lanes over the bridge could support good mass transit through the corridor, particularly on O w t o P news. Some of the Army's senior enlisted soldiers will soon have more control over what they do and where they do it. The army will implement a ranking system for enlisted soldiers on November 11th. That system will allow soldiers in the East 68 ranks to give the army their top five choices for what assignments they'd like to work. The system's already available for officers. The service hopes the system will allow soldiers to match with assignments that best line with their knowledge skills and attributes the program's part of a larger push to bring the army out of an industrialized talent management system and into the 21st century Scot Mosconi Federal News Network. It's 11 20 to the U. S. Holocaust Memorial Museum reopens today there will be limited number of visitors, though allowed inside and face coverings, temperature checks and social distancing are required. Museum is just now opened. It opened it 11. It will be open till 4 p.m. six days a week and closed on Wednesdays. Visitors can reserve free timed entry tickets at the museum website. Well, here's some good news man has gotten the better of murder Hornets, at least for now. Crews in Washington state have destroyed the first nest of murder Hornets found in the U. S. It was about the size of a basketball and contained upwards of 200. Cruz, wearing thick protective suits, vacuum them out into a large canisters in the town of Blaine, near the Canadian border. We first turned about murder Hornets back in May, Experts have been tracking them for weeks. They are a threat to people with their strong stingers and honey bees, and that's a threat to agriculture. Steve Caven CBS News that Debbie You love hornets, and I know you, D'oh! I'm sorry to see them go. OK? Well this time next week, some of us might be dragging at work a little bit or working at home because of the time change rolling clocks back an hour, And that's of course, because there's less daylight Seasonal affective disorder. Sad is a form of depression. If you could get 30 minutes of cardio around five times a week that can be more effective than any kind of antidepressant with the Capitol Center for psychotherapy and Wellness. Willie McVeigh also says, Make sure you're getting enough. I Mandy and consider PHOTO THERAPY Sweden They see a lot of this. And so they actually have light rooms.

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"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on WTOP

"Over is that a plus hyphen H v a c dot com for license details. I'm Rob Stallworth. W T o p. TRAFFIC. Let's turn to Storm Team four. Meteorologist Chuck Bell. High pressure over North Carolina is going to keep our weather pattern pretty consistent for the next couple of days. That means temperatures are going to stay well above average and any rain chances. We're gonna hold off until late in the day Saturday or more likely into the day on Sunday, so plan for a nice, warm stretch of weather between now in the first half of the weekend. Today. The sunshine making its way back into the region, afternoon highs mid to upper seventies clouds and fog like to return overnight tonight because you just don't have that much of a breeze to keep things stirred up months this fog goes away and the sun returns tomorrow afternoon. We'll be back there 80 degrees Friday. 75 Marie, partly to mostly cloudy sky and then on Saturday, still mid to upper seventies, but a chance of rain later Sunday looks cool and cloudy with a pretty good chance of some showers. I'm from Team four meteorologist Chuck Bell for dumping a GOP checking temperatures in the region 73 right now and rest in 68 in Annapolis. 68 is also the reading in Northwest Brought to you by Lend the Plumber trusted Same day service seven days a week. 1 22. Now another local museum is reopening this one. On Monday, the U. S Holocaust Memorial Museum. Free time to entry tickets will be required. They're available on the museum's website. The Holocaust Museum says it's added, enhance filtration to its H Vac system to ensure a safe experience for everyone. Each visitor will also be screened and have temperature taken face coverings and social distancing are required. The Holocaust Museums. Ours will be from 11 a.m. to 4 P.m. six days a week. It will be closed on Wednesdays. Now to your health sponsored by my eye Doctor. Doctors of optometry. Visit my eye doctor dot com A top scientist says both old and young are losing decades to covert 19 Harvard scientist says Americans have lost 2.5.

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"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Younger Americans know about the Holocaust? Not enough, according to results from a survey put out this week, the U. S millennial Holocaust Knowledge and Awareness Survey engaged with around 10,000 young people between the ages of 18 and 39 from all 50 states. But the widespread lack of knowledge about the mass extermination of six million Jews and other oppressed groups in Europe during World War two was significant. For instance, Auschwitz Birkenau in Poland, the notorious death camp for more than a million people were murdered. Or than half of the survey respondents said they did not know what Auschwitz Birkenau, Wass and 11% said that Jews themselves caused the Holocaust. Gretchen Skidmore joins us She's the director of the Levine Institute for Holocaust Education at the U. S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington. What was your reaction when you saw these numbers? Well, as you know, the gaps in Holocaust knowledge are certainly cause for concern. But more alarming are the high percentages of respondents saying that they believe Jews were responsible for the Holocaust. Or that the Holocaust is a myth or exaggerated. So this Holocaust denial is a form of anti Semitism, which is on the rise and dangerous. So it's anecdotal. But I know many younger people who say they definitely learned about the Holocaust in school reading books like The Diary of Anne, Frank and Ellen yourselves night. It's being taught in some places. So why do so many of the survey respondents not seem to be familiar with aspects of the Holocaust? Yeah, I think the study is a starting point to unpack some of that, but certainly history, education generally is in decline. Social media is on the rise, and with the Holocaust receding in time. We're looking at What are the conditions? You know that we really all need to be paying attention to tow have effective Holocaust education and realizing that it's also important to have history courses there the English courses there, But is there sufficient time for preparation? Is there sufficient time for classroom instruction? Is there opportunity for teachers to have professional development around this complex history is their commitment from the local school district or the local community to teaching the history. There are a lot of conditions that make this possible. So it sounds like it's not just a school problem in education problems. What can you tell us about how knowledge of the Holocaust is being shared outside of school in wider communities? Well, there certainly is an opportunity. For example, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum has a very vibrant instagram page where we put aspects of the history of the Holocaust. Regularly engaging students around certain concepts and themes and informal ways. You certain meeting them where they are. There are opportunities to engage with accurate and accessible history. And there are many, many educational resource is that air free and on our website and we work with partners all across the country. Who reached out to students and their local museums and opportunities to study local connections. So there are there are many resource is but the local commitment is a critical component for its next test. And Gretchen. Your job at the U. S Holocaust Memorial Museum is to educate a wide audience about the Holocaust. How do you design these educational experiences to make them the most impactful? Well, we think a lot about individual stories and whether that's testimony of the Holocaust survivor or whether it's telling the story of an artifact from our collection, or if it's looking at a piece of archival footage, looking at the range of choices that people are making in that particular moment, there's a lot of really engaging Aerials primary sources. Then we anchor all of our materials on and I think just being able to think about primary sources but also wonder some of the key questions that not only can help understand the past that can help us understand the president. False information is being spread online constantly. How do you confront Holocaust deniers? Home cost denial is a form of anti Semitism and a Semitism didn't end with the Holocaust. It didn't begin with the Holocaust. And working together. It is something that we have to continue to be vigilant about in presenting the fax of the history and presenting them in various platforms with various partners to make sure that they're available and that people can think critically about when history is being distorted. So if there's this really negative combination of a failure of education and disinformation of fake news, what do we have to do to fix this? To ensure that the next generation of young people will know more about the Holocaust. I'm not sure I would characterize it as a failure of education. I think that there is ah, very important statistic in here that says some 83% of students find the study of the Holocaust important and they think it's important to continue to study about it in school. And I think that what we can see here is that history is always relevant in the history of the Holocaust is always relevant. Students are recognizing that and we need to meet them where they are and make sure they have the information in their social media or in their classrooms so that we can continue to give them the opportunity is think critically about the lessons and their roles and responsibilities today. Grichin Skidmore is a director at the Levine Institute for Holocaust Education at the U. S Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington. Thank you very much, Gretchen. Thank you.

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"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"At least? And that seemed to work. Well, I mean, I didn't go to it, but I would have no way got issues. Really? Yeah, well, you know there there's a A lot of conversation is kind of interesting. Our neighborhood situation with regards to the hou and everything else on the fact that we can all We can all exchange messages on Facebook now And then there's that nextdoor app or whatever it's called. So it's kind of bringing the neighborhood together and letting us you know, fight on a daily basis. Bring your umbrella and your fan. Yeah. No kidding. Alright. New England Patriots star Julian Edelman is addressing dish on Jackson's anti Semitic social media posts on Thursday. Good for Julian. He offered to take the Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver to the U. S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in D. C. Get a little bit of education. Please. There's somebody else offered to take him to the Teo like Auschwitz or so Yeah, there was a Holocaust survivor. You made that offer as well. Yeah. There's another NFL player, and I don't have the name handy here. Right Shorts is his name. Schwartz. Yes. Name is Schwartz on Mitchell Schwartz. He's with the Kansas City Chiefs. Yes, he said. He said. I don't think the Sean meant any start of hate or anything. I think it came way more from a place of ignorance. I don't agree with that. But okay, well, it's hard to it's hard Tio know what somebody meant. You know, somebody's Personal thinking was, but the ignorance is staggering. I think it probably was largely a matter of ignorance. The things that that was probably part of it, you know, But you know what? Why? What is the point? And now he's kind of bending over backwards, trying to explain and trying to apologize, Sort of, But really, it's one of those apologies. That's basically just Hey, I didn't know In short it out to the Jewish community, their rabbis another front, so that doesn't mean anything. You know, you know, trying to backpedal. I guess we have to, you know. I already did my rant on that whole situation the other day Well, And it was it was well placed. You have you have legitimate complaint and said all Jews in this country all right, look up in the sky over the next couple of days because the comet neo wise Has been getting brighter and brighter in the early morning sky, and you're going to be able to see it in the evening after sunset. Look, this is 2020 is probably gonna crash. Don't say that. It's not brighter than Halley's Comet. Remember that one that appeared back in 1986. Whatever happened, Halley's comet. This is still going around out there and back in 50 or 80 years or something, but This's a comet. It's not a not a, not a A meteor or or that's different. You know what you go on asteroid Know, even even her write an asteroid. It's not going to crash into Earth. But anyway, it's supposed to be quite a deal very bright in the sky. According to NASA, you know, they say very bright. You'll be able to see it with the naked eye, and it'll appear to be kind of a Bright ish star with that's a little bit blurry because of the tail, they say, though, if you use binoculars or, you know, small, even a small telescope, you'd be able to see it really well, just below the Big Dipper. Just in case you're curious. Just below the Big Dipper. And they say about 4 a.m. is the best time and that's a good time for me to Yes, good time for me. We can see it on our way into work exactly Speaking of driving.

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"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Wow. Hey, Sam. Have you ever had have you best audio? I thought today was was people kind of going at Steven Jackson, Wilbon and I thought the great audio was thie, the former NFL player Sam Macho or Sam, adjust the plan. I know he's probably done is me. I wised up. He's done, but he had a very compelling Commentary today on canceled culture and communication and where we go from here and Steven Jackson and his whole thing's What do we go from here? We ignore Stephen Jackson on all weighty matters the same thing we've been continuing to do. Just don't be stupid. It's got nowt to do with Cancel culture says this thing, That's so this is what you just saying. Sam Macho is just saying that he is very strongly against the whole cancel culture. No, but I just know Let's let's not let's not conflicted. A dude who enter most critical of thinkers said something that lets you know heat. The most critical of thinkers could take you on with your day and in no way shape or form and I am I Ah, Saying it was Steve injects. There was right. It was a weapons grade stupid. What's not looking for people, Teo to be something that they're not. Steven Jackson is not that type of dude, where you go. I need to know what's on that intelligent fellas. Mind. Stupid. He said he didn't know anything about Hitler. How do you not know anything about Hitler? There was an actual quote from that guy. Come on, man, you know, Listen, I'm glad what he's doing for the movement. I'm sorry about what happened to George Floyd. Like millions of people. Hundreds of millions of people around the world, But, you know, man, that is just absolutely just Stupid. Yeah, I guess I guess the only problem Ah, with it is what he was doing for the movement now just kind of gets tossed aside by a lot of people, But, yeah, I can't listen to you on anything your credit, but your credibility went from like, okay, executions behind it. He's got it. And then, like a week later, it's like Goddamn forget, but top here's Here's what I Here's what I say. Creators. Comments lose weight in some regard No, no, no, no, no, no. See this. This is an epic. This is very important. If your involvement in the movement Hinged on Steven Jackson and his behavior Then you're not really down with the movement. Dig what I'm saying. You're You're right, Tommy. There are going to be some people who look and go. Well, you know, I'm Steven Jackson said this saw him out there. You know what? We didn't want you because you weren't really down with it. You can. You can say that with Steven Jackson's here was done. You could say that. What he said was hurtful. It was terrible. It was unintelligent. The movement is still the movement. Police brutality. Systematic racism is still there. So if Steven Jackson is the reason that all of a sudden you are not down With being with being vociferously against racism and calling out police. Police brutality and Colin are races with you See, it is Steven Jackson and his comments made you go up Not down with it. Well then. Bye. Yeah. What? Really with it to begin with? I think that's a very small number of people, Tom. And you're saying No, I do. I I get what you're saying. A nice powers. Booth dropped. They're just right in the middle of it Well back for about But I know I do. Think what he who is wait, carried some gravitas Just because He was so close to George Floyd and he was in Minnesota, and he was one of the early voices. I just think the more voices you have the better, and I think he just kind of took his voice out of the conversation. Now that doesn't keep it from moving ahead. And yeah, if what he said, hinged on you being involved or not, then well, whatever. But well back. Ah, but I do believe he was one of the guys that like was kind of front center, and it's just It's nice to have a cz. Many of those people ah, for the cause is possible. And will this I mean, is this going to derail it? No, of course not, Of course not. But it's just nice to have those voices. And now unfortunately, it seems like he's one of those voices. That is, It doesn't matter what he says. I mean, he was spot on. He went from spot on about a spot offers you could possibly I mean, when you Quinn. You mean hatred say when you come out and say Yeah, and I don't really know much about that Hitler do like it's like then you're not worth paying attention. To what? That even if you are down with the movement, and you look at him as a leader of a movement, which I never did, But if you do, that's fine, then if you don't know who Hitler is He's he's invalidated. Move on about your day. You keep moving on in. Ah, positive direction. I really hate that We took the show Serious, but damn it. It's you get a chance to listen to the same macho cut on Cancel culture. Listen to the Julian Edelman Audio, which will play at some point as well. He had a very compelling piece Audio where he You know he's and we had him on the show I share. He's such an interesting guy. He invited to Sean Jackson to the U. S Holocaust Memorial Museum and said he'd like to To Ah, you know, share day with them and share a meal with him and talk things over and it was just interesting video, and we may well have some of that audio later. Kevin France, joining us next hearing the Tolbert Kruger and Brooke Show. KNBR, 1045 and six for Hayward from the Children Auto Body Traffic.

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"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Twenty second day of April it was eighteen sixty four Congress of the United States of America mandated that all coins minted as US currency bear the inscription in god we trust eighteen eighty nine where the wind comes sweeping down the plain on Tuesday afternoon the sound of a gunshot the only signal needed for thousands to rush the Oklahoma territory to claim their pieces of land United States federal government had purchased almost two million acres from the creek and Seminole Indians and open it up on this day to settlers to claim their stakes fifty years ago today the first Earth Day was observed in nineteen seventy six Barbara Walters became the first female newscaster on a network news program ABC signed her to a five year five million dollar contract to anchor the evening news alongside one Harry reasoner nineteen ninety three April twenty second two United States Holocaust memorial museum honoring the victims of **** extermination opened in Washington DC and it was on this day sixteen years ago Pat Tillman former safety for the Arizona Cardinals killed in Afghanistan Tillman had walked away from millions of NFL dollars to join the army Rangers birthdays.

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Antisemitism fuelled the Holocaust and didnt end 75 years ago, says education expert

UN News

08:24 min | 2 years ago

Antisemitism fuelled the Holocaust and didnt end 75 years ago, says education expert

"Some were workers some teachers and some were neighbors. Many ordinary people enabled the Holocaust simply by doing their jobs. Some made the choice to help while others decided to join in with the persecution portraying Jewish friends and classmates mates but what fueled the Holocaust was antisemitism. which didn't end with the defeat of the Nazis and continues today affecting all of society that's according to a Tad stanky? He's the William and Sheila Kona Director of international educational outreach which is part of the William Levin Family Institute for Holocaust Education at the. US Holocaust Memorial Museum. He was at United Nations headquarters in New York for Holocaust Remembrance Week and spoke to you and uses Anna Komo. Mr Stanko began by talking about the memorial museums exhibitions some when neighbors which examines the role of ordinary people in the Holocaust and the variety of motives that influenced individual choices for very a pleased to present here at the headquarters are traveling. Exhibition called summer. Neighbors choice human behavior and the Holocaust which tells the story of ordinary people bowl and the role that they played because after all they played an essential role which is not often understood and part of the reason why we created created. The exhibit was because people often think that the Holocaust was perpetrated only Adolf Hitler and a small group of Nazi leaders. And we think it's important for people to understand that that wasn't the case that they needed as authoritarian dictators do often the acquiescence and complicity of ordinary people in order to achieve their genocidal goals. So what was the base on the choice that made some people decide to help determines or to help the Jews. What was the base of their choice of personal choice? What we've found with recent scholarship is that there were a variety of pressures hers and motivations for people to act in the way they did and they acted in all different ways? Some people helped Jews responding with seeming human response. How could I stand by do nothing when my friend or my neighbor's been untreated this way but many people benefited or helped the authorities find Jews Jews or benefited financially from the disposition of confiscated Jewish property? Often people did nothing and the motivations that we we see include some very mundane things like wanting to get ahead in your career sometimes would be a wise career move To help the authorities or financial gain after all in wartime it was difficult to obtain some of these consumer goods leads that could be bought at auction after the property of the Jews were confiscated or fear. Sometimes who says well toes a variety of different motivations and people acted differently in Germany and throughout nazi-occupied Europe. What about the other side? What would don't make people actually help or height? People in their houses export them or even embrace them on the streets. There was this panel. That really really touched me of someone who actually came down to say goodbye to these women. I mean those are small gestures that would make some difference. Yes yes and when you talk to survivors of the Holocaust often those moments of human connection and kindness from a stranger. Stay with them very very deeply and people today seventy five years later can can recount them in great detail well regarding the motivations the many people who helped when they talk about it and they don't often do necessarily some feel as though it was the least that they could do so. They're not making a big deal about what they've done but but others are speaking about feeling this connection a human connection whether it was someone who had been their neighbor had been their friend. Ed Been Someone who they knew in their neighborhood that they felt that the least that they could do was to shows some act of kindness even if it was out of step with what was expected of them these idea of Social Consultant Protection Section of the ADS. That people were doing to deduce. Can you talk a little bit about that. And how can relate to today's world and societies eighties with a history of the Holocaust is a challenge for everyone today. It wasn't inevitable it required the cooperation of many you. People and the Nazis didn't need ordinary Germans to murder Jews but they did need them to sort of step aside and let the state take care of that quote unquote problem. So here's where this sort of social consent comes in and the exhibit reminds us that people individuals always have more agency more ability to act on their own either for good or for ill and we often think and stories as we try to tell are the stories of individuals and the choices that they've made to help remind people especially young people today. That the choices you Mike are important and have ramifications and we encourage everyone to think about that when they think about how their neighbors today are being treated so so the U-. US Holocaust Memorial Museum teaches also that the Holocaust was preventable. Can you speak Importance of combating antisemitism in our society today and which kind of tools the museum provides for that well antisemitism fueled doll cost. And it didn't didn't end with the defeat of the Nazis and it's shown that it continues in many different ways even after the Holocaust in the form of Holocaust denial for example so and it remains a problem of society as a whole and not just one that merely affects Jews as difficult as it is for juice. Bruce Today and anti-semitism is growing throughout the world for Arm Museum. It's important to teach history and the secretary general set it on Monday. Juande never again. It means teaching history again and again and again and we believe that making accurate and relevant history for young people. Today will help people understand about the power enduring power antisemitism but also about the viral nature of hatred and the use of demonization and stereotypes and prejudices which are more everyday things and the importance of being vigilant because the Holocaust because reminds us that the unthinkable is possible. All of us today need to think about the demonization prejudice stereotypes Patriot that might be present in our environment. The museum in addition to exhibits works a lot with teachers. For example developing lesson plans dance for students about Anti Semitism about the enduring attraction of Nazi racial archaeology Nazi symbols. And unfortunately we're seeing these symbols more and more every day in

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on KOMO

"Existed only on two thousand large disks housed in wooden boxes in the international court of justice library in the Hague while only twenty eight hours of the trials were filmed hundreds of hours of audio will now be made available to the public for the first time in digital format outside of this forum is a great question of the revival of the audio will be accessible in reading rooms at the Hague the show on memorial in Paris and the US Holocaust memorial museum Todd and ABC news time now for light be with Carlos Moreno rock injure in partnership with the RG physical and hand therapy sports for kids can oftentimes lead to injury for a long time one common injury was referred to as an abdominal muscle strain but according to pediatric sports medicine physician Dr Danielle Negrini major strides have been made in finding out more about what they now call internal oblique strain so we've been able to figure out and pinpoint these areas of injury and be able to treat them more appropriately based upon their pathology ultrasound and MRI are key and figuring it out so who's most likely to experience an internal oblique strain baseball pitchers because when your wound up when you're right about early accelerate that fall over the pleat you're at your maximum torque all that stored momentum is sort of in the quarter in the trunk and as soon as you start to work that trunk and follow through with your page the internal oblique is at its maximum potential it's really teed up and that's where we see these injuries are Kerr treatment typically involves rest then continued physical therapy for live bait I'm arena rock injure Cologne news chest forty six Lowe's has flies pros use most of the day when the job demands more for.

"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Five still in use today is also known as de Havilland's law after legendary Hollywood starlet Bolivia to happen this great moment in labor on seven twenty WGN was brought to you by the proud union laborers and industry leading union contractors of Chicago area less it. interesting creature inhabits the flat plains of many important mobile dashboard. this most agreeable and we're not alone twenty six despite having no brain function but when the bubble had his health guy code not only save people money but also gives them access to a licensed agents twenty four seven online and over the phone you're not even more vigorously because he knows you should switch because yes switching to geico was a no brainer easy easy you're gonna get whiplash. historians of anti semitism have long argued that anti semitism it begins with the Jews but never ends. on September ninth you can counter rising global anti semitism attend the annual what you do matter Chicago fundraiser benefiting the United States Holocaust memorial museum in DC the September luncheon features anti semitism expert Deborah Lipstadt and honors former Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel reserve your place at this important event on September ninth is it U. S. H. M. M. dot org or call eight four seven four three three eight zero nine nine. Hey welcome back everybody here.

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"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

15:19 min | 2 years ago

"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Radios principle call and now at eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one leaves ninety year old grandmother ninety years old I wonder where she stood in World War two and I wonder where her family still in World War two I can tell the official position of the notes of the Palestinians will work to their allied with Hitler now you'll hear none of this on cable TV or radio shows the only none of this in the Washington compost to the New York slimes the poor Palestinians what's the problem you got a part of Jerusalem he got chunks of the so called west bank you've got the Gaza Strip and how you people live they're run by terrorist organizations the people run these terrorist organizations like mobsters they're very wealthy their families are wealthy their top lieutenants are very very wealthy in the people start minutes Israel's fall how many billions and billions and billions of dollars have been poured into these communities and what I have to show for I would like to know when that time leave family way back maybe a hundred years ago I'd like to know where they stood during the third Reich I mean the yeah NBC was checking in the background image McConnell's great great grandfathers remember Hey look at that they were slave owners wow but they weren't Holocaust deniers like the the grandfather of the current owner The New York Times neither is good of course they discussed the but there's a double standard in nineteen forty one forty two class Michael moment and Martin coppers right this from the Holocaust memorial museum not to Germany appear to be invincible in north Africans the British and Eastern Europe against the Soviet Union some very specific plans were being drawn in Berlin to ensure the genocide of the Jews in Palestine with the invasion of Egypt at hand many Arab nationalists seeking to eliminate British and French presence in North Africa Near East look totally lied to the grand mufti of Jerusalem hi shall mean al Husayni for guidance this is how the Palestinian liberation organization was effectively started in essence the mufti visited axis powers amid Adolf Hitler and Heinrich Himmler not only did not see Germany promised in the European colonial presence quote on quote that every place the Ottoman Empire after nineteen eighteen it also pledged to wipe out the Jews who but living in Palestine since time immemorial as well as the new arrivals from the beginning of the modern sinus movement in the nineteenth century and following the bow far declaration in nineteen seventeen the prices of extermination was about to be activated and the SS seneste officers have been selected and assigned to the effort they were operate behind the lines with the help of those in the region who are eager to join the task in other words the Palestinians one Afrika corps was defeated at el Alamein it shifted its operations to Tunisia what implemented cruel anti Jewish policies for many months now I know this is an inconvenient history and I know tell leave is worried about her grandmother who she now refuses to see and hasn't seen for over a decade I know they had a little press conference today in and really people were it's so sad this is a horrific moment in American history the same party that brought us slavery the same party that brought a segregation Jim crow poll taxes literacy tax the same party that brought us that is not bringing us anti semitism these bigots what I call the present the United States the greatest ally Israel has had in the oval office a racist the party that was born out of racism the party I was born out of hatred for black people now claims that the present in the United States who's never done anything to retain the monarchy is a racist you have to hear from a pack this is why a pack is useless all you Jews out there and I speak to my fellow Jews were members at organization and find that organization shame on you just like the Iran deal very hush hush the organization is an empty suit if you well it's it's it's a it's it's a joke it's it's a left of center organization so then we get this piece in The Washington compost a toxic rift opens between Democrats in Israel after the nation refuses entry to members of Congress you know how humiliating is that these are two members of Congress and it is real say we're not allowing them in because they're two members of Congress now the headline be that Israel denied to openly anti semitic individuals into its borders a politically explosive fight they right at the Washington compost over Israel's attempt to block to members of Congress from entering the country as in a trance surgeon now look how that's all sleaze together the Israelis were not going to let them in period had nothing to do with trump's tweets but they can't help they hate trump and by the way they have a growing hate for Israel but they love these two women of color Muslims love the they don't love Muslims who are moderate Muslims have assimilated into the country like Jews and Christians they don't love them they don't love women who are more traditional in such a manner these are the two women of color Muslims who apparently represent all women of color Muslims which is a lie I know they don't has elevated rifts between it and Democrats increasingly started to view the Israeli government and its leader as out of line or in the eyes of at least two presidential candidates even racists so Netanyahu's now racist transferases all trump supporters are racist now we're going global Netanyahu is a racist can you imagine calling the leader of another country a democracy decides to anti semite I don't know what the difference between neo **** in these women are you not been doing research what's the definition Indiana they have a lot in common not a perfect analysis but enough which is why I'm getting into the **** history of of Husayni and Hitler and their goal no connection a wiping out the Jews and you know when the when to leave is is having a grand old time with the Hezbollah supporter and when she has a map of Israel on her wall for the whole world to see puts a yellow sticker on there covering up the word is from putting the word Palestine no big deal no big deal at all this shift in dialogue has been excel or by the tight embrace between trump and Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and after a dizzying forty eight hours some Democrats are more openly discussing the unusual step of reconsidering foreign aid to the long time now you actually have people now who want to cut support Israel because of these two reprobate and the and I want you to listen and the entire static that you're hearing is from the Democratic Party there's not a single public in that I'm aware of who's been taking these positions but it's Democrat after like alien angle you create it's got many orthodox Jews in his district well what the hell are who's got many orthodox Jews what's the woman's name I can't remember her name got a lot orthodox Jews it with the most left wing Democrats what the hell are time to send other people to Congress there is this tectonic shifting of one of the fundamental plates of American politics now listen who said this Jeremy Ben ami president of Jay street a liberal pro Israel groups not a liberal pro Israel group it is a radical anti Israel group that wants Israel to embrace appeasement and surrender so this is to the Washington compost goes to Jay street yet need allowing not a crate you jerk I mean where all the leave Angelica Christian leaders are far bigger supporters of the state of Israel then these three PO box please evangelical Christian we they'll of orthodox Jews as members yet these three Q. X. have the bulk of orthodox Jews in New York in their districts congratulations a pack your standing with care and you're standing were tallied and you're standing with alma and they're not the only ones eight eighty hours a joke since Obama guy took it over now keep in mind all these establishment groups are going to come after market see was mark doesn't take their crap actually pro American red blooded American and I support our allies that includes Israel so Jay street is quoted as now what else do they want to do by the way Bernie Sanders yes hating contempt for the state of Israel to incredible love the Moscow under Stalin love Venezuela under Shabazz loves Q. but to this day he's a sleaze ball all time Connie he just this yes what should we do what we have to punish people now what we really need to do is we need to go after to investors when Megan go after the ambassadors yes yes we're going to go after this guy David free you see he just looks too happy over there in Israel he he is in the present have just accomplished way too much I mean it movingly capital from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and recognizing drew loose as Israel's capital it's so divisive and then a recognized the Golan Heights as sovereignty is right that's that's that might offend the Syrians we can't have that closing down the old PLO office in Washington DC so we can't have that supporting cutting off millions of dollars in American tax aid to the Palestinian authority which uses much as some of that money to subsidizing compassionate and pensions the tires so we can't do that can't shake things up we got to go after this guy Friedman besides he works for trump and anyone who works for trump must be destroyed must be destroyed him his Jewish a son in law the Jewish daughter he's Jewish crank whatever they must be destroyed we got to go after this guy Ron Dermer born born in Miami Miami beach whatever the Israeli ambassador to the eighth this guy is just too effective what do you mean well used to go to what he does to in American Israeli relations so here's what we want to do the Democrats we want an inspector in general investigation into David Freeman what's for what because we love the old Soviet tactics don't you know we want to keep investigating and punishing people there's no basis for any investigation but these are the same people who turned politics in a criminal games and this guy Dermer we should denounce him on the floor of the house just announced ridicule but totally but no more defend them two members of Congress to hate for poisonous cancerous anti Semites I really think the grand mufti from World War two was on to something I am disgusted as an American citizen I've never seen anything like this the further left this country goes the further there is hatred the further there's race baiting the further there is out of the closet anti semitism the most radical elements of the Democrat party has the loudest voices the media drag them along with them because everything I said on on freedom of the press is happening right before your eyes there's no difference between the Democrat party the Democratic Party press I understand another hosts the stolen that phrase shame on him but screw him there's no difference anymore doing the modern mass media and the Democrat party and we're up against it I'll be right back.

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"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

09:41 min | 2 years ago

"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Is running concentration camps on our southern border and is exactly what they are title I I mean I I I don't listen to the last big I mean I cannot take that Sir the United States eighteen eight speaker here that again please say idle being to be so whatever but gosh the night he it is running concentration camps on our southern border and is exactly what they are you are so insightful and I mean without you I would never know that this I would never know this I would not know this is happening that concentration my goodness I'm so good when it goes sister pointing this out wow you're awesome unfortunately the the stupid Holocaust memorial museum in Jerusalem rebuke to you today and they said the concentration camps I shared a slave labor supplied to help the knots in the **** war I for even as the **** brutality of life inside the camps help this year the ultimate goal of extermination through labor do you think AOC knows that do you think she knows this but do you think she's lying add to us or do you think she'd seriously just doesn't know what concentration camps truly are I wonder is he that stupid or she lying to us and the same thing applies to these toilet she says these illegal migrants are drinking out of this is great this is so classic Hey let's hear a couple of the useful idiots that showed up on CNN and we're saying the same thing about this service concentration give you say things enough it's true in nineteen rise in trading can't in nineteen forty one they were death camps and that is where we are going if aren't aren't are not quickly yes Sir I'm so grateful you sharing that with us you're such a hero you know if you say it was that passion that conviction in anger it must be true you know that I mean if you say it forcefully you're not a useful idiots you're not lying your your your your bowl truth does not matter anymore right is just say it is true let your hair on fire well I is he told us today that the the illegal cheer in our drinking out of toilets now I tweeted a picture of the toilet the toilette that she claims the eagle food runner drinking out of and I too that you can see the crisp at crisscrossed show my Twitter handle at crisscrossed show C. H. R. I. S. care okay but it is it actually looks kind of nicer than the one on the airline doesn't it I mean if you look at it and it it's a piece a one piece thing that is probably two or three feet the sink is attached to the toilet that's well it's at the bottom of the base and the sink is to is like two feet above the toilet maybe a little bit more so you basically the the the water comes into the sink and then it goes down the drain the same merry with well it goes down into the I don't know if he feels he knows this but water just not flow upward she I guess she thinks that when you go to the bathroom and eighty eight in the bowl and the that and the water goes up in the air and flows but I don't know she knows she could she could do something she could she could take we could do a a science project for and we could take a bowl and and and cut the bottom out of the bowl and pour water and show her how it's going down we could put it Cuba and attach it to the bowl with those a hole and and and pour water the ball and she could see go down should goal and then we could we could put that have the water flow in another bold football and she can we can just put water in the bowl on shore all does go aboard and if you've got all I'm sorry guys one eight six six ninety right I that's one eight six six nine zero seven thirty three thirty nine so just like where she says the concentration camps on the border I wonder if she knows that plumbing in plumbing the water goes down not up I just wonder I mean sorry I'm both the concentration camp and on the twelve leads it is well let do you think she knows this meeting she's this stupid or leaving she lies intentionally I just I I just wonder I she's either a liar or she stupid I mean he that's about the only option we have on this are these there's pictures of from a border patrol facility I just like the one in Clint Texas where she'd visited by the way do you know that the people there some officials there say she didn't even go into or that she yelled at them didn't tour so like she says she was in there and she saw the fleas drinking I'm toilets if they drink of toys just so you know they were not following the directions and it is in Espanol don't put a letter and this bundle to me and say it then and all those little medical system which is it Israel and just really angry he would then be in in in this well the thing is in great abundance us understand this winter she's I've seen the inside of this facility is not just the kids everyone people drinking out of toilets officers laughing in front of members of Congress I'm laughing it should now I'm not trying to be a day you're just so funny I wish we had a little room shot thing here to pop off on on red eye radio a it out of that spanned the satellite rights is it's one of these some of these things are just tacky yes the buzzers is that the lectures but lecture buzzard as Jack we what I'm being too loud because late in the evening or early it has there we go you I I should have a lot of producer Brenda pulled the toys now we're in trouble you know actually is this portable water and then below that and says I'll go up but the possible water then blow that says I will put the by but the books you may say but doubly Espanol but probably see part of our soul I mean you know gosh are they have these in prisons they have these and other facilities and it's just amazing I got a few quotations honest to share with you but she said she would have a few more laughs eight six six ninety right I that's one eight six six nine zero seven thirty three thirty nine is he says what we saw today was unconscionable she told the waiting bank of TV cameras no woman should ever be locked up in a pen when they have done no harm to another human being they should be given water should be given basic access to human rights it's not just the kids everyone people drinking of toilets now we need to be done here Josh in Detroit you are live on a red eye radio with Chris Fillion for Gerry how are you hi Chris I am just so amazed that this woman knows so little that is the standard sink and toilet set up in every American jail city jail county jail state prison federal penitentiary knuckle institutions for any prisoner Caney of any race and any citizenship status here and teach United States of America go Sphynx are yes he ate they're making usually kind of stainless steel she wanted user to them check keep it clean fish are you brush your teeth Ben Greer low that is yes that is where you take it down she's just real Sir Sir Sir and and more than the other no I Sir and red eye radio call dropping the kids off the pool please okay we're dropping the kids off the pole when you're flush your Nick goes down and anytime you get kicked out for D. W. why you're getting that sink that night and anytime you get kicked out for she well what you're going to use that thanks for the night well you know we gonna legalize that no one should tell you yeah if you are drinking you may end up drinking out of it so if you're drinking a pickup for DWI or pot you're probably you might drink out of the twelve that's because you're in the rear that because your that's we drink out your call eight six six ninety right that's eight six six nine zero seven thirty three thirty nine I want to read some of these direct quotations from AOC and then also a large unruly group of today at the border trying to come over yelling at us of course and Espanol I'll get to that coming up next as well this is Chris proctor and red eye radio.

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"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on KCRW

"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. The holocaust museum in Washington DC is in a race against time. It's been almost seventy five years since the end of World War Two. And the number of holocaust survivors is dwindling every year, many of them live in south Florida. So the museum has hired a new Curators there to help. Collect their stories. Reporter katie's would Tulsky from member station. W L R N paid a visit any Rubinstein didn't have the luxury to take our time and get acclimated to her new job. Time is running out truly the clock is ticking. We need to meet I witnesses as soon as possible before they're no longer with us immediately. After starting at south Florida's acquisitions curator for the United States holocaust memorial museum. She began meeting weekly with holocaust survivors and family members. She's looking for people who want to donate any object that they'd held onto from the free World War Two era during the. Holocaust or just after original family, photographs handwritten letters documentation that might include immigration information or receipts that people kept when they cross borders passports, luggage tags to ask people to give up physical links to lost family. Members is not easy. The Rubinstein uses her own family's history to connect with people. She meets three or four grandparents survived the holocaust Ruben scene. Also has a history background to tackle object. Preservation. She spent years working in museum galleries and auction house said Abe's, the Guggenheim most days, she's on the road one of the first survivor. She met with was Peter Tarjanne at his house in south Miami. Amy. Peter. How are you doing? You. Turgeon was about eight years old and his parents were taken away from their home in Budapest as an adult. He found out they died during death camp marches to Al Schwartz. He's eighty two and for a long time pre decades he'd been debating whether to give up a batch of forty five postcards and letters that his family sent to each other during the war letters, which my grandmother wrote to her daughters on there to achieve inherited from her own cool. He pulls one out. Finally, we got some news from you. I was very afraid that you had some troubles. And that's why you didn't cried a you're right. My dear. That it would be wonderful to see each other. But. I don't have the energy to hope Tarzan's grandparents wrote that postcard in may nineteen forty four from inside a ghetto in Hungary. They were later killed in Auschwitz Turgeon was sent to an orphanage, and then his mother's best friend took him in by the time. The war ended to survive aunts were his only family, antisemitism doesn't disappear when the war ends it continued in more subtle ways. But it never stopped. That's one reason why he wanted the letters to have another life at the holocaust memorial museum. Giving the postcards up was emotional. Baton wanted to make sure his family's last correspondences to each other weren't forgotten the older, I get bored. I feel that way. Frederick old feeding if we stay here we will continue to deteriorate, and if I hand it over to a competent museum, then the reserve it for any Rubinstein, many survivors have kept these glimpses of daily life hidden pulling those stories out of people that have kept them closed off for so many years is a challenge. Sometimes I can tell that they are not ready to donate. And they're not ready to talk about whatever it is that they had scheduled to talk about that day. And I say I'm happy to come back her strategy when it comes to talking about historical family heirlooms is to remind people about preservation. I tell them that. I'm here to advocate for the object. I'm here because if you think this object is important, we need to preserve it histories that might otherwise have been lost for NPR news. I'm katie. Helsinki in Miami. When most people.

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"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. The holocaust museum in Washington DC is in a race against time. It's been almost seventy five years since the end of World War Two. And the number of holocaust survivors is dwindling every year, many of them live in south Florida. So the museum has hired a new Curators there to help. Collect their stories. Reporter katie's Tulsky from member station W L R N paid a visit any Rubinstein didn't have the luxury to take her time and get acclimated to her new job. Time is running out truly the clock is ticking. We need to meet eye-witnesses as soon as possible before they're no longer with us immediately. After starting as south Florida's acquisitions curator for the United States holocaust memorial museum. She began meeting weekly with holocaust survivors and family members. She's looking for people who want to donate any object that they'd held onto from the free World War Two era during the holocaust or. Just after original family, photographs handwritten letters documentation that might include immigration information or receipts that people kept when they cross borders passports, luggage tags to ask people to give up physical links to lost family. Members is not easy. The Rubinstein uses her own family's history to connect with people. She meets three for grandparents survived. The holocaust Rubinstein also has a history background to tackle object. Preservation. She spent years working in museums galleries and auction house said Abe's, the Guggenheim most days, she's on the road one of the first survivor. She met with was Peter Tarjanne at his house in south Miami. Hello, amy. Peter. How are you doing? You. Turgeon was about eight years old and his parents were taken away from their home in Budapest as an adult. He found out they died during death camp marches to outwit s-. He's eighty two and for a long time three decades he been debating whether to give up a batch of forty five postcards and letters that his family sent to each other during the war voters, which my grandmother wrote to her daughters. Stationary to achieve inherited from her own cool. He pulls one out. At last finally. Got some news from you. I was very afraid that you had some troubles. And that's why you didn't cried a you're right. My dear that it would be wonderful to see each other. But. I don't have the energy to hoop charges. Grandparents wrote that postcard in may nineteen forty four from inside a ghetto in Hungary. They were later killed in Auschwitz Turgeon was sent to an orphanage, and then his mother's best friend took him in by the time. The war ended two surviving aunts were his only family. Antisemitism, doesn't disappear when the war ends it continued in more subtle ways. But it never stopped. That's one reason why he wanted to letters to have another life at the holocaust memorial museum, giving the postcards up was emotional the charge in wanted to make sure his family's last correspondences to each other weren't forgotten the older, I get too bored. I feel that way. Frederick old feeding if they stay here we will continue to deteriorate, and if I hand it over to competent museum, then the reserve it for any Rubinstein, many survivors have kept these glimpses of daily life hidden pulling those stories out of people that have kept them closed off for so many years is a challenge. Sometimes I can tell that they are not ready to donate. And they're not ready to talk about whatever it is that they had scheduled to talk about that day. And I say I'm happy to come back her strategy when it comes to talking about historical family heirlooms is to remind people about preservation. I tell them that. I'm here to advocate for the object. I'm here because if you think this is important, we need to preserve it histories that might otherwise have been lost for NPR news. I'm katie. House-key in Miami. When most people.

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"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:43 min | 3 years ago

"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"We'll take a look at that story Covington students speaking out and much much more. By the way, I can send the I think an excellent Email this morning. And asks is this where we are headed the Nazi persecution of persons with disabilities in Nazi Germany once a component of radical public health policies aimed at excluding hereditarily, unfit Germans from the national community these strategies began with forced sterilization escalated towards mass murderer the most extreme measure the youth. A major program was itself a rehearsal for Nazi Germany's broader genocidal policies and not from a holocaust memorial museum. So when we say never again, never forget those at signed on especially Catholics, and and those members of Jewish Democrats in New York. These are the very same policies that Hitler and Nazi Germany utilized to sterilize their nation. From the unfit. It is I think it's very chilling. And we talked about that just about a couple of minutes ago, by the way school. Visit ended up with a trip to the hospital for one Baltimore County. Mom, FOX forty five reporting today that Adrian Smith son I enrolled in Parkfield middle school last year, and she had hoped it would live up to its reputation as being a magnet school. It's supposed to be excellent school. I don't really know that much about it. But I'm sure that there are people in our listening area. Parents grandparents have children that go there. But she believes that Baltimore County schools is covering up an incident, she says happened to her to the school, which was visiting last may she said quote because part for middle is supposed to be a magnet school. It's supposed to be superior. That's why she thinks they're covering this incident. Allegedly. She said she was assaulted. Why students inside the school quote? He came across literally body. Check me with his body knocked me in a circle hit me so hard that it actually knocked the wind out of me almost took me off my feet and of quote again. And again, she says she was hit by the very same students who then surrounded her verbally and physically threatening her as teachers and other students watched quote, they were all bigger than me. Yes. I was scared and of quote when the scene died down. Smith says she I went to the principal, then her doctor a medical report details the assault at her son's school, it resulted in sorta neck left shoulder, upper back difficulty, breathing she considered pressing charges. She should have records show. She called nine one one on may the nineteenth reported an assault. She asked the school for discipline records incident reports surveillance video anything to show that she was attacked. But the school gave her nothing. She's heard nothing she received nothing. It's almost like the answer. Never happened. She said, quote, absolutely. I think these students should be held liable for the behavior because that is not acceptable behavior in any means. So again, I don't know if the Baltimore County police were called whether they investigated or not we still don't have all the details of the story Frank. But apparently. County schools would not talk to FOX Forty-five county executive, Johnny. Chef ski said, quote, there's a concern that schools want to have data that they are achieving at high levels that they are safe and inviting. But he said we wouldn't be hiding incidents of violence or bullying. We want to make sure that whatever we do parents and families have access to this information will somebody made a decision somewhere down the line to not cooperate with this woman to cover it up. And I think there should be a full blown investigation into this incident that occurred last may. Well, it all probability that will happen. Now, let's out out in the open. Would thank now with television and radio all over the story. But here it is. And this one would just wanted to try to do the right thing just visiting schools and was assaulted on her visit and these people need to be made if they're guilty. I'm sure that there's a I don't know do they have cameras in the classrooms now in in Baltimore County. But this Adrian Smith, there were teachers other teachers and students that the witness this does all. So I have to wait and see. But I don't think anybody is safe anymore. Teachers or parents as far as when it comes to violence in schools. Well, look at Baltimore City. I mean, my goodness I'm gonna when you started reading off the details of the story is sounded to me like something that happens on a rather, unfortunately routine basis in Baltimore City didn't Obama visit park middle at one point in his now getting some verification, I think he did it in in February on Valentine's Day two thousand eleven according to listeners that are sending us some information. Also who knows what's happening apart Bill middle name. It's been taken over by far left wing forces there. But again, look if you're a magnet school. I get it. But the fact is you don't wanna have incidents like this because you think your little darlings are, you know, without fault. But here's the point if these kinds of assaults are taking place against of adults. Imagine the kind of stuff that's going on against the fellow students in that school. Let's go to the phones. Bob and Parkfield. Good morning. Robert. Listening. Now, you this situation up in New York where abortion? Sean. Remember in the bible, which Jesus said about how if you do that you sign your own death. If you pass. NFC turtle. Hell that's why they deserve to go. Take it know. When you see a preemie it breaks, your heart winter five or six months old and doctors are trying to save their life. Started taking. Wife took me to a funeral parlor years ago when she was still alive. First cousins had a child. I didn't know how they didn't. Tell me. And she interviews me to the mother. And then when we went over to escape. With eight months old. And I've heard own ears at Saint grown men. Don't cry. Well, whoever said that were wrong. I broke down like there's no tomorrow. I said why didn't you tell me? Why didn't you tell me when you see.

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"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"u. s holocaust memorial museum" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"You know, Robert one of the aspects of the plot of chosen people that that really stood out for me was a visit to the holocaust memorial vodka sham the ship. It's interesting as Mitch I've been to Israel a couple of times. And you know, I think as a Christian you go to Israel. Because you want to sort of walk where Jesus walked, right? You wanna go to Nassar? You wanna go the Galilee? You wanna go to Jerusalem, you wanna see all those kinds of things at least for me. I discovered that going to the holocaust memorial museum was for me one of the most moving parts of my trip to Israel. And it was also a very moving episode in the book as well. Yeah. For exactly that reason that I don't know how many times I've been there and multiple times, it's beyond comprehension is powerful is powerful. And so it's just one of those things you'll really like the scriptures are able to communicate with multiple levels that particular place has that capacity to communicate on multiple levels. I'll never forget one. Visit we were there. And there were some soldiers there from Austria. And you know, of course, Austria was absorbed by dot C, Germany and. I ask what are the gods? How do those the descendants of those folks how do they handle this? And he said they either weep or they just try to get angry. So, you know, it's a powerful place, and I did want to introduce readers in this novel to some of the places that have been powerful for me. Because if they've been powerful for me, then there's the potential for me to communicate that in a way that I hope they can touch some of that same reality. W navigate the culture, and sort through all the news and information, separating fact from fiction..

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With US out, others reaffirm commitment to Iran nuclear deal

Mike Gallagher

01:02 min | 3 years ago

With US out, others reaffirm commitment to Iran nuclear deal

"To drop its commitments to the nuclear deal foreign minister high coma said that well powers wouldn't be able to fully compensate for companies pulling out of iran because of the new us sanctions that he warned that abandoning the deal would cause more harm to iran's economy the iranian president hassan rohani has already expressed disappointment at european proposals to save the deal saying they didn't go far enough the french foreign minister jean yves le drian said well powers needed time to work on ways of getting round us sanctions bbc's bethany bell new research suggests the family of anne frank the world famous jewish diarist who died in the holocaust and tried unsuccessfully to immigrate to the united states and later also to cuba going into officials at the end frank house resume in amsterdam and also the us holocaust memorial museum news and analysis townhall dot com stuck in traffic we've got the answer we got.

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