Julie Kohner spoke on Yom HaShoah, April 23, 2017, to congregants at synagogues in Philadelphia.
Speaking first at Congregation Beth Or, hosted by religious school educator Aaron Nielsenshultz.
That evening Julie was hosted by Rabbi Shoshanah Tornberg, director of education and life-long learning at Congregation Or Ami.
As Yom HaShoah and Genocide Awareness are observed this Month, the Holocaust and its place in history remains as relevant in the future as it is today. With this in mind, we ask for your support of Voices of the Generations as it continues teaching the Holocaust and finds new engaging ways to carry on the legacies of the survivors for future generations. Thank you.
Julie Kohner was invited to speak at Saint Anne School and Mercy High School in San Francisco on January 27, 2017. This VOG presentation was made possible by The Farkas Center, The Holocaust Center, Lehr Haus Judaica, Jewish Learning Works and The Curriculum Center.
Special thanks to Rabbi Peretz Wolf-Prusan for arranging this day of learning on International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Voices of the Generations was invited to speak at St. Martin of Tours in West Los Angeles on January 11, 2017. Julie spoke to 7th and 8th grade students before their field trip to the Museum of Tolerance. Sharing our unique story of Hanna Kohner on This Is Your Life helps to personalize the experience of the Holocaust for this generation.
Appearing in today’s Los Angeles Times is the story of Deborah Lipstadt, Holocaust Scholar and the Professor of Modern Jewish History and Holocaust Studies at Emory University. Her real life story of defending herself in a libel suit in Britain, brought by an infamous Holocaust denier, is the basis of the feature film ‘Denial’.
Eighth grade students of the Literature Program at St. John Vianney Regional School in Allentown, PA recently completed the curriculum for Voices of the Generations, and presented their final projects. The students truly appreciated the story, and compared it to other selections dealing with intolerance and the Holocaust. As their teacher, Miss Diane Gabrielle elaborated, it was a memorable experience for them – through hard work, the students learned important lessons in history and tolerance.
We are so proud of their accomplishment and wish them a wonderful graduation on June 7, 2016.
Voices of the Generations was recently invited to the Princeton Jewish Center , Shaare Emeth in Manalapan N.J., Reform Temple of Rockland, Nyack N.Y, and Community Synagogue, Rye N.Y.
Julie Kohner, Voices of the Generations founder and CEO, shares the story of her parents and reminds the audience that every Holocaust survivor’s story is important. And when the survivors are no longer with us it is the responsibility of their children to continue their legacy. Julie, the child of a survivor, developed Voices of the Generations to show us the way we take responsibility for carrying on the legacy.