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Photography Legacy Project of Survivors Comes to Boulder

John Pregulman

Denver couple John and Amy Israel Pregulman have made it their mission to photograph as many Holocaust survivors as possible, before it’s too late. They will be in Boulder on February 20th.

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Buddhist Jew’s Spiritual Journey into the Holocaust

Early on in Ellen Korman Mains’s compelling account of her spiritual journey as the child of survivors to make sense of the Holocaust, she observes the irony that one schooled by Buddhism to live in the present could make it her life’s work to grapple with demons of the past. Author talk at Boulder Book Store in January.

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Author, Dog Lover, Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg Comes to Bonai Shalom

On April 26, Rabbi Marc Soloway's personal Rabbi, Jonathan Wittenberg will come to Bonai Shalom to speak about two books he has written, "Things My Dog Has Taught Me About Being A Better Human" and "My Dear Ones, One Family, and the Final Solution".

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#Jewish Lives Matter

My grandson was born in 2017, during quite extraordinary times --- and 100 years after his late great grandfather, about whom this book was written. The question arises… How can we prepare my grandson’s generation to deal with their century from how Harry Greissman and his “Greatest Generation” lived through their extraordinary century?

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Opinion: Worse than Kapos?

Rabbi Marc Soloway considers what it means today to be called "worse than kapos" for holding -- and expressing -- fairly mainstream opinions in the public market of ideas.

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German Holocaust Resistance Group Remembered 70 Years Later

In February, July, and October 1943, the Nazis executed the six members of the White Rose non-Jewish resistance group, which distributed leaflets opposing Hitler.

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