Genocide of the European Jews by Nazi Germany and other groups
(PODCAST) Between 1918 and 1921, over a hundred thousand Jews were murdered in Ukraine by peasants, townsmen, and soldiers setting in motion the genocidal violence that created the conditions for the Holocaust. Join me in my discussion with Jeffrey Veidlinger about his new book, In the Midst of Civilized Europe, The Pogroms of 1918-1921 and the Onset of the Holocaust. Guest Jeffrey Veidlinger Jeffrey Veidlinger is the Joseph Brodsky Collegiate Professor of History and Judaic Studies at the University of Michigan. He is the author of In the Midst of Civilized Europe: The Pogroms of 1918-1921 and the Onset of the Holocaust and the award-winning books The Moscow State Yiddish Theater: Jewish Culture on the Soviet Stage (2000), Jewish Public Culture in the Late Russian Empire (2009), and In the Shadow of the Shtetl: Small-Town Jewish Life in Soviet Ukraine (2013). He is the Editor of Going to the People: Jews and Ethnographic Impulse (2016). Professor Veidlinger is Chair of the Academic Advisory Council of the Center for Jewish History, a member of the Executive Committee of the American Academy for Jewish Research, a former Vice-President of the Association for Jewish Studies, and a member of the Academic Committee of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. He was Director of the Frankel Center for Judaic Studies from 2015-2021 and Director of the Borns Jewish Studies Program at Indiana University from 2009-2013. Host Michael Zeldin Michael Zeldin is a well-known and highly-regarded TV and radio analyst/commentator. He has covered many high-profile matters, including the Clinton impeachment proceedings, the Gore v. Bush court challenges, Special Counsel Robert Muller's investigation of interference in the 2016 presidential election, and the Trump impeachment proceedings. In 2019, Michael was a Resident Fellow at the Institute of Politics at the Harvard Kennedy School, where he taught a study group on Independent Investigations of Presidents. Previously, Michael was a federal prosecutor with the U.S. Department of Justice. He also served as Deputy Independent/ Independent Counsel, investigating allegations of tampering with presidential candidate Bill Clinton's passport files, and as Deputy Chief Counsel to the U.S. House of Representatives, Foreign Affairs Committee, October Surprise Task Force, investigating the handling of the American hostage situation in Iran. Michael is a prolific writer and has published Op-ed pieces for CNN.com, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Hill, The Washington Times, and The Washington Post. Follow Michael on Twitter: @michaelzeldin Subscribe to the Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/that-said-with-michael-zeldin/id1548483720
Thank you so much for listening to the Bob Harden Show. On Friday's show, we visit with William Yeatman, Research Fellow with the Cato Institute, about Schumer's ill-advised abortion vote in the Senate, and we get an update on the Durham investigation. We visit with Holocaust survivor, Jack Nortmann, about his planned trip to Poland to support Ukrainian refugees. We visit with the Executive Director of the Collier Senior Center-Golden Gate, Esther Lully, about their many programs – including financial - to support seniors. We also visit with Larry Bell, Endowed Professor at the University of Houston, and author of his recently released book, “Beyond Flagpoles and Footprints: Pioneering the Space Frontier,” about investigation bombshells that could thwart Hillary and Joe's 2024 hopes. Please join us for Monday's show. We have terrific guests including the Founder and Publisher of HistoryCentral.com, Marc Schulman, the President Emeritus of the Foundation for Economic Education, Larry Reed, and author and former Barron's Washington Bureau Chief, Jim McTague. Please join us live at 7 a.m. on bobharden.com, or access the show anytime on podcast platforms.
Die Gaspipeline Nord Stream 2 wird vermutlich nie in Betrieb gehen. Aber sie ist fertig und gefüllt mit 360 Millionen Kubikmetern Erdgas, doch wie es weitergeht, ist völlig unklar. Umweltschützer fordern eine Beseitigung der Pipeline. Tilman Steffen(https://www.zeit.de/autoren/S/Tilman_Steffen-2/index) hat versucht, Antworten zu finden. China hält an seiner Null-Covid-Strategie fest. Anstatt die Maßnahmen zu lockern, haben die Behörden in Shanghai sie noch einmal drastisch verschärft. Steffen Richter erläutert das Ziel der chinesischen Regierung. Was noch? Ein Podcasttipp: "Zeitkapsel: Irene, wie hast du den Holocaust überlebt?" Moderation und Produktion: Fabian Scheler Mitarbeit: Larissa Kögl Alle Folgen unseres Podcasts finden Sie hier. Fragen, Kritik, Anregungen? Sie erreichen uns unter email@example.com.
take a brief break from nhl playoff chaos and join georgia and mallory as they mourn arsenal's loss and catch you up on what's going on with the WAGatha Christie case. Content note: We briefly discuss murder while talking about the upcoming series The Staircase and also about Holocaust denialism when discussing how UK libel works.
In which a Yale psychologist attempts to explain the Holocaust using research techniques considered unethical today, and Ken has a theory about the origins of Jeopardy! Certificate #20495.
Even 75 years after the Holocaust, anti-Semitic crimes are still happening in Canada. And their presence highlights why education is still important, and uncovering family history is a powerful way to learn about the past.The Globe's western arts correspondent, Marsha Lederman, joins us to talk about her new book Kiss the Red Stairs and the responsibility she feels to share her family's stories as the child of Holocaust survivors.
How likely are you to survive the next pandemic, holocaust, or genocide, if you had to depend upon your club brothers for help? Join us...Get 20% off Gothic biker rings by using my special discount code: blackdragon go to http://gthic.com?aff=147Subscribe to our online news magazine www.bikerliberty.comBuy Black Dragon Merchandise, Mugs, Hats, T-Shirts Books: https://blackdragonsgear.comDonate to our cause with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/BlackDragonNP Donate to our cause with PayPal https://tinyurl.com/yxudso8z Subscribe to our Prepper Channel “Think Tactical”: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-WnkPNJLZ2a1vfis013OAgSUBSCRIBE TO Black Dragon Biker TV YouTube https://tinyurl.com/y2xv69buKEEP UP ON SOCIAL MEDIA:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blackdragonbikertvTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/jbunchiiFacebook : https://www.facebook.com/blackdragonbiker
The election of Marcos in the Philippines and the death rattle of democracy / In major escalation of the NATO proxy war against Russia, US rams through $40 billion aid package for Ukraine / Timothy Snyder falsifies the history of the Holocaust
Minnie Questions Dr. Edith Eger, author, professor and Holocaust survivor. Edith shares the story of being liberated from Auschwitz, how she teaches to prevent atrocities, and everything you need to know about Einstein's odd choice in footwear. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 56 - The Instagram Activist - is live with expert Lizzy Savetsky. Kops and Lee are back for a new episode! Some quick hits: - Lee wants everyone to watch Tokyo Vice on HBO Max- Ozark turned Lee on to Nas' 1994 album Illmati- Lee is recommitting to a healthy lifestyle of exercise, healthy eating and drinking a ton of water! This week's expert is Instagram influencer and Judaism, Israel and fertility activist, Lizzy Savetsky (IG: lizzysavetsky and bashertbylizzy). Lizzy joins Kops and Lee (06:55) to talk about her journey to social media influencer, where and how she grew up, her family and her love for all things Israel. She goes over her experiences with reality TV - Lizzy was cast on the Real Housewives of Dallas (37:32) before it was canceled and her thoughts on Unorthodox. More recently, Lizzy tells the boys about a picture of Karlie Kloss with Bella Hadid that came out on Holocaust Remembrance Day. Lizzy posted an Instagram reel with the picture cross-edited to have a video from Holocaust survivor Rae Kushner (Kloss' husband's grandmother!). Lizzy then tells Kops and Lee about her most recent project, Bashert, a matchmaking service on Instagram to help Jewish single men & women meet. Thank you Lizzy for hanging with Kops and Lee! Follow Lizzy today. Follow Two Idiots and an Expert on… Facebook / Instagram / Twitter#tokoyovice #hbomax #ozark #nas #illmatic #healthyliving #karliekloss #bellahadid #proudjew #matchmaking #ApplePodcast #SpotifyPodcast #TwoIdiotsandanexpert #2IdiotsandanExpert
This week, in recognition of Jewish American History Month, we honor the legacy of Anne Frank and her extraordinary diary. We hope to further Anne's dream of being recognized as an author and the impact that her words had and continue to have on generations of people around the world. Although not 'American', her diary has deeply impacted American Jews and their understanding of the Holocaust.
Jason Sommer discusses his new book, “Shmuel's Bridge,” and the story it tells of his 2001 trip to Eastern Europe with his Holocaust survivor father, Jay. The men retraced the final journey of Jason's uncle Shmuel, who was shot by German guards after making a desperate bid to flee the cattle car transporting to Auschwitz.
Der deutsch-israelische Historiker Dan Diner sieht in dem Ukrainekrieg auch einen Kulturkampf. Wladimir Putin habe einen "Gedächtniskäfig" geschaffen, sagte er im Dlf. Die Ukraine dagegen stehe für eine Demokratie, in der auch das Gedenken an den Holocaust einen Platz habe.Köhler, Michaelwww.deutschlandfunk.de, Kultur heuteDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
The girls talk a bit about abortions but don't worry, they quickly move on to the holocaust. Also, Chaya Leah tries to educate Yael on upcoming Jewish holidays (the next one involves cheese!), Yael talks about Israeli Memorial Day (no cheese), and much much more!Sign up on Substack, askajew.substack.comAnd leave us a review on Apple podcasts if you so please.
Join Howard S. Veisz, a dedicated volunteer in the Watercraft Department at the Mystic Seaport Museum since 2009, as he shares the story of Henny Sinding Sundø and Gerda III, the boat Henny used to save Jewish lives during the Nazi occupation of Denmark. Veisz's book, Henny and Her Boat, provides a fresh perspective on the Danes' defense of their Jewish countrymen during years of Nazi occupation and, ultimately, their heroic rescue of the Danish Jews on a fleet of fishing boats and other small craft. This podcast is presented in collaboration with the Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Education Center Baxt Lecture Series, an annual event that brings Holocaust education to the greater Rhode Island community. -- In 2009 Howard S. Veisz left a litigation career and went to sea. After a two-year sailing voyage around the North Atlantic, Howard and his wife settled on Connecticut's Mystic River, and Howard began work as a shipyard volunteer at the Mystic Seaport Maritime Museum. Howard worked in the rigging shop for a massive project: restoring Mystic's 1841 whaling ship, the Charles W. Morgan, and getting it under sail for the first time in 93 years. As the whaling ship project wound down, Howard's interest in Gerda III, also docked at Mystic Seaport Museum, arose. With a father and grandparents who barely escaped Nazi Germany, Gerda III's role in rescuing Denmark's Jews drew Howard in. While helping to preserve Gerda III, Howard began a four-year mission to reconstruct its history. Howard traveled to Denmark to locate and interview descendants of the people who carried out Gerda III's rescue missions; scoured Danish archives; visited the docks from which Gerda III set out; gathered accounts by leaders of the Gerda III rescue group that had never appeared in English; and assembled translators to uncover the fascinating story that had been buried in those writings for over seventy years. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rhodyradio/message
Tania de Jong tells the incredible story of the renowned Austrian/Australian sculptor Karl Duldig, his artist/inventor wife, Slawa Horowitz-Duldig and their escape from the holocaust in a new musical called Driftwood.
What is negationism? Historical negationism refers to the practice of manipulating historical records to deny that certain events happened, or distort the narrative around them. The term is relatively recent, having been coined by French historian Henry Rousso in 1987, relating to Holocaust Denial. Six million Jews were murdered by the Nazi regime during the Second World War. Holocaust denial is certainly one of the most well-known and common examples of negationism. But similar distortion strategies have been seen relating to other genocides and war crimes across the world. Negationism is a crime in some countries like Germany, while elsewhere the approach is more cautious, due to questions about freedom of speech. Other laws can apply to negationist statements, if they are also of a hateful or discriminatory nature. So what exactly does negationism look like? In under 3 minutes, we answer your questions! To listen to the last episodes, you can click here: Who are Arcade Fire? What is Frontex? What is Web 3.0? A podcast written and realised by Joseph Chance. In partnership with upday UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 69: “Crossroads Friends” JDK welcomes Dr. Kevin Simpson to the show, a longtime friend, colleague, and partner in studying and teaching about the Holocaust. Join them for a conversation about how psychology and history share common goals and power to illuminate, and hear about Kevin's book, “Soccer Under the Swastika.” Throughout it all, hear two longtime friends connect over their shared experiences, missions, and interests, with an eye towards continuing their support of each other on their unique life journeys.
The conclusion to the nanking series Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/lionsledbydonkeys Sources: https://www.facinghistory.org/holocaust-and-human-behavior/chapter-10/tokyo-trials Iris Chang. The Rape of Nanking: The Forgotten Holocaust of WWII Timothy Brook. Documents on the Rape of Nanjing David Askew. The International Committee for the Nanking Safety Zone: An introduction. Sino-Japanese Studies Vol. 14 Joseph Chapel. Denying Genocide: The Evolution of the Denial of the Holocaust and the Nanking Massacre. Robert P Gray (translation into english. Originally by the Nanjing University Department of History Professors Gao Xingzu, Wu Shimin, Hu Yungong, and Cha Ruizhen) Japanese Imperialism and the Massacre in Nanjing museums.cnd.org/njmassacre/njm-tran/ Herbert Bix. Hirohito and the Making of Modern Japan
Alexandra Zapruder earned her undergraduate degree at Smith College and her Masters at Harvard. As a founding staff member of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, she has, for over twenty years, contributed to our knowledge of the Holocaust. In particular, she is the author and editor of Salvaged Pages: Young Writer's Diaries of the Holocaust, published in 2002 and recipient of the National Jewish Book Award in the Holocaust category. She has also penned pieces for Lithub, The Smithsonian Magazine and The New York Times. She also, of course, has one of the most recognizable last names in American history, especially for the generation that grew up in the 1960s and 70s. Her most recent book, Twenty-Six Seconds: A Personal History of the Zapruder Film, is a fascinating account of how her grandfather's famous home movie capturing the assassination of President Kennedy intertwined the life of her family with the life of the nation. In dealing with diaries from children's' past or being a descendant of someone that documented this country's most famous political assassinations, one can't help but draw a connection between her two books—a fascination with fragments from the past, her effort to make sense of the objects left behind, and how that shapes our understanding of history. Whether it is pages from children's diaries written during the darkest period in Jewish history or the meaning of an 8 millimeter home movie shot in 1963, Alexandra Zapruder has used her skills to reclaim objects and help us see them in new ways, illuminating the importance of what it means to bear witness, regardless of the medium. Check her out in the 22nd Annual Fanya Gottesfeld Heller Conference for Educators with the Museum of Jewish Heritage here You can find her on Twitter at EZapruder Follow and support all of our projects here. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/twotalljewshow/support
Edith Eger was a Jew living in Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe when she and her family were sent to Auschwitz, a death camp. Dr. Eger and her sister survived, but their parents did not.After the war, Dr. Eger got married and had a baby. She and her husband moved to the United States in 1949, and she got her degree in psychology. She began treating people with PTSD, which inspired her to continue working on healing herself.Now, she's written two books, The Choice and The Gift, where she chronicles her journey and the lessons she learned along the way.Dr. Eger's daughter, Marianne Engle, also became a psychologist. She joins us for this conversation today. Some of the things Dr. Eger talks about are the things she had done to promote her own healing, how she fosters resilience in others, and how she has turned her suffering into strength.
"You can do as much about the legacy of the Holocaust - and what I took from my depressed mother who lost all her family in the Holocaust - there is only so much I could do in personal analysis and there was another bit that I could do only in a strange kind of dialogue in the presence of Germans doing their own work. It is: ‘do your own internal work in the presence of an other who is doing his/her internal work'." Episode Description: We begin by learning about Mira's involvement in the origin of Partners in Confronting Collective Atrocities (PCCA) 30 years ago. She shares with us the profound internal changes that occurred in both the Israeli and German analysts who came together and 'did their own work in the presence of the other'. She describes her ongoing consultative work with members of the Ukraine Psychoanalytic Society as they face terrible tragedies and uncertainties regarding their future. She advises humble respect for their need for psychological armor before recommending their encountering colleagues who are identified with the current aggressor. We close with her describing her pride in being Israeli and how it lives in her devotion to healing. Our Guest: Mira Erlich-Ginor, M.A, is a training and supervising analyst, and faculty of the Israel Psychoanalytic Society. She is deeply involved in psychoanalytic education and group relations work as well as serving as European representative for the IPA Board for two terms. Currently, she is Chair of the Steering Committee, IPA in the Community and the World. She has been co-director of the IPS psychotherapy track; chair of the education committee IPS, chair of the EPF (European Psychoanalytic Federation) Working Party on Education, Chair of Sponsoring Committee PSIKE, Turkey. She has also initiated and led several international research projects on psychoanalytic education among them is the End of Training Evaluation Project. She is committed to the application of psychoanalytic understandings to societal issues, co-founding the “Nazareth Project”- Group Relations work on transgenerational transmission of trauma as well as co-Founder, past chair, and member of OFEK – Israeli Group Relation organization. She is also Co-founder and in management of PCCA, Partners in Confronting Collective Atrocities, recipient of the Sigourney Award 2019. Recommended Readings: Partners in Confronting Collective Atrocities Confronting Personal Trauma in a Group. The Sigourney Award Beland, H. (2014) Collective Mourning - Who or What frees a Collective to Mourn. About First Step Out of the Most Malign Prejudice. In: Cyril Levitt, (Ed.): Hostile and Malignant Prejudice: Psychoanalytic Approaches. The International Psychoanalytical Association, Psychoanalytical Ideas and Application Series, Routledge, 2014. Davids, M. F. (2013) “Tears are better than blood; words are better than tears”; can we address current ongoing conflict? In A. Varchevker & E. McGinley (Eds.), Enduring Migration through the Life Cycle (pp. 187–210). London: Karnac. Erlich, H. S., Erlich-Ginor, M. & Beland, H. Fed with Tears – Poisoned with Milk. The "Nazareth" Group-Relations-Conferences: Germans and Israelis: The Past in the Present. Psychosozial Verlag: Gießen, 2009. Erlich, H. S., Erlich-Ginor, M. & Beland, H. Gestillt mit Tränen – Vergiftet mit Milch. Die Nazareth-Gruppenkonferenzen: Deutsche und Israelis – Die Vergangenheit ist gegenwärtig. Psychosozial Verlag: Gießen, 2009. Erlich, H. S., Erlich-Ginor, M. Beland H. (2009) Being in Berlin: A large group experience in the Berlin Congress, International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 90. Erlich-Ginor, M. (2013) Fed with Tears, Poisoned with Milk: The Way Out from Under the Shadows of the Holocaust. In: Varchevker, A. McGinley, E. (ed.): Enduring Migration: External and Internal Migration Through the Life Cycle. London: Karnac.
Larry weighs in on Dave Chappelle and Roe v. Wade. He's then joined by Academy Award winning director Barry Levinson to discuss his new HBO biopic 'The Survivor' and they begin by talking about how the film deals with and depicts the post-traumatic stress syndrome of a Holocaust survivor. (15:00) They then pivot to Ben Foster's preparation for the title role of Jewish boxer Harry Haft and the incredible mental and physical conditioning he undertook to get the most out of his performance. (22:06) Next, Barry explains the importance of maintaining credibility and authenticity as a filmmaker when making a movie of such a serious and historic nature.(27:12) They then discuss the importance of the theatre in today's streaming culture and why movies about the Holocaust still hold so much relevance.(45:43) Barry ends the pod with an amazing story about how a chance encounter with a soon-to-be infamous criminal and a small acting group in Los Angeles kick started his prolific career in show business.(1:01:24) Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: Barry Levinson Producer: Chris Sutton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode we sit back with both Jeff and Leiann from the Skewered Universe Podcast and chat about one of JBs favorite films of all time Cannibal Holocaust!Check out House of Mysterious Secrets @ HouseofMysteriousSecrets.com and use our discount code 4130 to save 10% on some awesome horror merch now!!!https://instagram.com/tales_from_the_podcasthttps://twitter.com/TalesFromThePodhttps://facebook.com/groups/talesftalesfromthepodcast.comromthepodcastAnd can contact me through my and email us here at firstname.lastname@example.org
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said he accepted an apology from Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday for controversial remarks about the Holocaust made by Moscow's top diplomat. The two leaders talked over the phone, after which an Israeli statement said Putin had apologized. However, the Russian statement about the call made no mention of an apology. Instead, it said they emphasized the importance of marking the Nazi defeat in World War II, which Russia celebrates on Monday.
Yom HaShoah translates to ‘Yom HaShoah Ve-Hagevurah' in Hebrew, meaning ‘Day of the Remembrance of the Holocaust and Heroism.' ‘HaShoah' also translates to ‘whirlwind.' The day was officially recognized on April 12, 1951, in the Israeli parliament. Falling on the 27th of the month of Nisan on the Jewish calendar, the day comes a week after the Passover holiday. Join Tree of Life as we honor those that were murdered in the shoah. For more about us, please visit www.treeoflifeca.org
Marc Araham, OBE, aka Marc the Vet, was inspired by his Holocaust survivor grandmother to change UK law and dramatically improve how we treat our pets. He's vaccinated dogs in Mumbai slums, rescued dancing bears in Ukraine, operated in Buddhist temples in post-tsunami Thailand, battled dog-meat farms in South Korea, travelled deep into the Amazon Jungle and even rehabilitated inmates with pit bulls in US prisons. Marc's new book 'Be More Mosquito: How You Can Campaign & Create Change' is out in June 2022. And he even brought donuts round to Lisa's. What a guy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What would a war crimes trial of Russian officials look like in 2022? Linda Kinstler, contributing writer for The Economist's 1843 Magazine, joins the podcast for a rich discussion. Linda compares the many similarities and patterns between today's war crimes in Ukraine and the beginning steps of evidence collection with war crimes and war crimes trails following World War II and the Holocaust. She synthesizes the Russian experience of WWII with propaganda and its use of the word "Nazi" in justifying its invasion of Ukraine. Linda also answers our hosts' questions how war crimes are tried, what would have to happen to hold a trial with meaningful results, and why holding a trial itself would be impactful. References: http://www.lindakinstler.com/book (Come to this Court and Cry), by Linda Kinstler; https://global.oup.com/academic/product/soviet-judgment-at-nuremberg-9780199377930?cc=us&lang=en& (Soviet Judgement at Nuremberg), by Francine Hirsh
Around the world, audiences in the mid-1990s watched the mass atrocities unfolding in Rwanda and Srebrenica in horror and disbelief. Emerging from these disasters came an international commitment to safeguard and protect vulnerable communities, as laid out in the R2P principle, and an international responsibility to punish perpetrators, with the establishment of the ICC. Raymond Kwun-Sun Lau's book Responding to Mass Atrocities in Africa: Protection First and Justice Later (Routledge, 2021) provides context-independent proposals for resolving contradictions between the two principles, suggesting that focusing on timing and sequencing in invoking international R2P and ICC actions could facilitate the easing of tensions. Drawing on examples from Uganda, Kenya, and Darfur, the book applies International Relations concepts and theories in order to deepen our understanding of international responses to mass atrocities. Ultimately the book concludes that a 'Protection First, Justice Later' sequence approach is necessary for managing the tension and facilitating more effective and consistent international responses. Christopher P. Davey is Visiting Assistant Professor at Clark University's Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-studies
Around the world, audiences in the mid-1990s watched the mass atrocities unfolding in Rwanda and Srebrenica in horror and disbelief. Emerging from these disasters came an international commitment to safeguard and protect vulnerable communities, as laid out in the R2P principle, and an international responsibility to punish perpetrators, with the establishment of the ICC. Raymond Kwun-Sun Lau's book Responding to Mass Atrocities in Africa: Protection First and Justice Later (Routledge, 2021) provides context-independent proposals for resolving contradictions between the two principles, suggesting that focusing on timing and sequencing in invoking international R2P and ICC actions could facilitate the easing of tensions. Drawing on examples from Uganda, Kenya, and Darfur, the book applies International Relations concepts and theories in order to deepen our understanding of international responses to mass atrocities. Ultimately the book concludes that a 'Protection First, Justice Later' sequence approach is necessary for managing the tension and facilitating more effective and consistent international responses. Christopher P. Davey is Visiting Assistant Professor at Clark University's Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science
Around the world, audiences in the mid-1990s watched the mass atrocities unfolding in Rwanda and Srebrenica in horror and disbelief. Emerging from these disasters came an international commitment to safeguard and protect vulnerable communities, as laid out in the R2P principle, and an international responsibility to punish perpetrators, with the establishment of the ICC. Raymond Kwun-Sun Lau's book Responding to Mass Atrocities in Africa: Protection First and Justice Later (Routledge, 2021) provides context-independent proposals for resolving contradictions between the two principles, suggesting that focusing on timing and sequencing in invoking international R2P and ICC actions could facilitate the easing of tensions. Drawing on examples from Uganda, Kenya, and Darfur, the book applies International Relations concepts and theories in order to deepen our understanding of international responses to mass atrocities. Ultimately the book concludes that a 'Protection First, Justice Later' sequence approach is necessary for managing the tension and facilitating more effective and consistent international responses. Christopher P. Davey is Visiting Assistant Professor at Clark University's Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
"When we talk about the ghost of the unsaid, we're talking about the inherited feelings of our parents, unprocessed trauma, where the Phantoms that lived inside them, We're talking about traumas that our parents and grandparents would not process, and they are transmitted to us in some raw way. And I quote in the book, Holocaust survivors Maria Toric, Nicholas Abraham, who said, 'What haunts us are not the dead, but the gaps left within us by the secrets of others.' So says psychotherapist Galit Atlas, who has spent her life and career both witnessing and unraveling the ways that the lived—and unlived—experiences of our ancestors can show up in our own lives. Galit—who is Syrian/Iranian by way of Israel—grew up in the midst of trauma, violence that continued to unfold around her against a generational tapestry of pain. We talk about the direct transmission of trauma in our conversation, as well as these “Gaps” or secrets, that show up in her practice again and again. We also talk about this idea of what Freud called “Afterwardness,” which is the way that we reprocess traumatic memories again and again from our new lived perspective. We explore what healing looks like for clients who suddenly become aware of how these hidden forces and patterns are informing their lives—and what it looks like to clip those threads and set yourself free. And perhaps most poignantly, we discuss the idea of victims and aggressors, and how so many of us, in the grips of our victimhood feel justified in lashing out—this is a phenomenon we can trace from our personal lives to the global stage, and it deserves our awareness. MORE FROM GALIT ATLAS: EMOTIONAL INHERITANCE: A THERAPIST, HER PATIENTS, AND THE LEGACY OF TRAUMA Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
What military parallels does Putin's invasion of Ukraine have with Hitler's attempt to invade the Soviet Union?On today's pod Tom and Dominic are joined by historian - and brother of Tom - James Holland to discuss Operation Barbarossa and the Nazi invasion of 1941, whether it was doomed to fail, and the role it played in the escalation of the Holocaust.If you enjoy this episode, be sure to listen to our sister podcast, We Have Ways Of Making You Talk, and check out their Second World War festival that's taking place in July by going to wehavewaysfest.co.ukJoin The Rest Is History Club for ad-free listening to the full archive, weekly bonus episodes, live streamed shows and access to an exclusive chatroom community.Producer: Dom JohnsonExec Producer: Tony PastorTwitter:@TheRestHistory@holland_tom@dcsandbrookEmail: email@example.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today, we learn how San Francisco's Fillmore district was once home to a thriving jazz scene and vibrant black community, but by the '70s it was no more. We're looking at what happened, what's still happening, and the role the city plays in the neighborhood's history. Then, we hear how a South Bay writer who grew up watching Star Wars, is now writing novels for the franchise. And, we meet a 90-year-old Holocaust survivor.
Education is our subject this week. You've heard all about attacks on the teaching of racism and slavery, about the banning of books on the Holocaust and gender identity, about Florida's “don't say gay” bill. Public schools are ground zero in the battle over American civic life. But this is nothing new, historian Natalia Petrzela says. She locates the roots of such controversies in the cultural upheavals of the 1960s that continue to play out today, in a climate of discontent muddled by pandemic anxieties.
Tommy and Ben talk about the latest in Ukraine, including Ukrainian attacks on targets in Russia, Biden's $33 billion aid request, and Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov's insane attempt to blame the Jews for the Holocaust. Then they cover the upcoming election in the Philippines, France's resurgent left, Saudi Arabia, a former CIA agent turned life coach, QAnon runs for congress and more humiliation for Tory party MPs. Finally, Tommy talks with Bill Gates about his new book, How to Prevent the Next Pandemic. With our constitutionally protected right to abortion under attack, abortion funds are working nonstop to make sure people can still access (and afford) abortion. Visit votesaveamerica.com/roe to learn more, donate, and take action. For a closed-captioned version of this episode, click here. For a transcript of this episode, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and include the name of the podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this solo show I'm discussing one of the pathways for generational trauma to be transmitted: through epigenetic changes. We'll look at how traumatic events that happened long before we were even conceived can impact our current lives on a mental/emotional and physical level. In this episode you'll learn:An introduction to epigenetics and the role it plays in our trauma history storyThe physical and mental impact of epigenetic changes on your overall health and well-beingTwo animal studies that show how both risk and resilience are capable of being handed down through epigenetic mechanismsThe impact of the Holocaust, Dutch Hunger Winter and 9/11 on the descendants of the survivorsHow epigenetic studies should inspire you to keep doing the incredible work of cycle breaking and conscious parentingReady for deeper support and the tools it takes to be a better cycle breaker? Grab all the details about the FOUNDATIONS course --> christabevan.com/foundationsJoin my free "virtual village" on Facebook --> facebook.com/groups/theradicalmothervillageFollow me on Instagram –> instagram.com/radicalmothervillageGrab a FREE copy of The Calm Mom Strategy –> christabevan.com/calmmomA radical mother is a woman poised in her power ready to disrupt cycles of generational trauma running through her family like wildfire. She's working to improve her life, the lives of her children, and shape the landscape of her community. If that's you - you're in the right place. This podcast is designed to connect you with resources, inspiration, and the reminder that you are not alone as you embark on your journey of radical mothering.I'm your host Christa Bevan and I'm a nervous system educator for cycle breaker moms as well as a certified TRE (trauma releasing exercises) provider, and a trauma-informed yoga instructor. And of course, a fellow Radical Mother. My approach to this work blends neuroscience backed tools and heart-centered intuition.Did you enjoy today's episode? Be sure to head to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, rate & review the show. Not only do these help me know you're enjoying the content, but they help this work be seen by even more Radical Mothers that need it in their lives too.
How many of you wish you could talk to a loved one who's passed on? What would it mean to you to be able to introduce your kids to a favourite relative who they never had a chance to meet? It makes me so sad to have lost my dad only 8 years ago and I wish I could pick up the phone and talk to him. My guest, Heather Smith is the mastermind behind StoryFile which can capture the stories of your loved ones for generations to come! I first saw Heather on 60 minutes when she shared her work with Holocaust survivors in order to capture their stories so they don't die with them. The link to the full interview is below. She has also interviewed astronauts, business leaders, actors, veterans, and people who are making a difference in the world today. Her innovative AI technology allows you to interview your loved ones with curated questions, and from there, the AI takes over which allows you to ask questions and they'll answer just as if they were sitting across from you. It's amazing! You can try it out yourself on their site and ask William Shatner any question you like! With Mother's Day coming up, I can't think of a better gift to give her than to capture her stories for future generations. 60 Minutes Interview: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/holocaust-stories-artificial-intelligence-60-minutes-2020-04-05/ Heather has a VALUABLE, some may say priceless gift for our listeners! In the toolbox you will find a coupon code for one free story pack and 33 extra questions. If you aren't a part of the Parent Toolbox, join here: www.parent-toolbox.com About Heather Smith Heather Maio-Smith is an award-winning interactive storytelling pioneer and technology visionary who brings over a decade of immersive storytelling leadership to StoryFile. In 2010, Heather developed the first 3D interactive conversation with Holocaust Survivor Rose Schindler through her creative agency Conscience Display. At the time, she was creating physical video installations at the United Nations, USC, and in Havana, Cuba, but she understood that the future of storytelling lay at the intersection of digital media and ‘natural conversation' and decided to create it. Heather developed a strategic partnership with two global entities with competencies in visual media and technology - USC Shoah Foundation and the Institute for Creative Technologies. The partnership she led has resulted in the development of a new medium - natural conversation video. Through Heather's leadership, immersive interactive natural conversation video has gone from being a concept to a reality, combining hi-fidelity multi-scopic video with voice commands to deliver commercial grade natural conversation with an individual, whether it's a life-sized video or on your mobile device, replicating the emotional experience of having a conversation with a person. She developed and pioneered Dimensions in Testimony, a program to interview Holocaust Survivors in volumetric interactive video without that survivor actually being present. Dimensions in Testimony won both the People's Choice Award and the Jury Prize at Sheffield Doc Fest in 2016. She produced and led the project before moving on to found and lead StoryFile. Contact information: Email: email@example.com Social Media: Website: https://storyfile.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/storyfile/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StoryFileApp/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/storyfile?lang=en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/storyfile/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoki3E4CCSc0xko53isO0Jw Thanks for listening! It means so much to me that you listened to my podcast! If you resonate with my message and would like my personal help in your parenting journey, I'd love to talk to you. Please visit my website to book a call with me where we can talk about your parenting frustrations and I'll share how I can help you. www.parentingforconnection.com My intention with my show is to build a...
All hail Queen Judy Blume! Episode 192 is all about Judy's most autobiographical novel, Starring Sally J. Freedman As Herself. Published in 1977, Sally tells the story of a young Jewish girl navigating a move from New Jersey to Miami in the aftermath of World War II. The novel inspires conversations about Holocaust literature more broadly, how to best capture tragedy and humor simultaneously, old tech, teasing as flirting or flattery, writing about death for kids, our changing expectations for children, and the one language choice Alli struggled with in this book. Hena Khan is the award-winning author of many books for young readers, including Amina's Song, Amina's Voice, More to the Story, and most recently, Zara's Rules for Record-Breaking Fun. Follow her on Instagram (@henakhanbooks) and Twitter (@henakhanbooks).
CW: Everything Part 2/3 Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/lionsledbydonkeys Sources: Iris Chang. The Rape of Nanking: The Forgotten Holocaust of WWII Timothy Brook. Documents on the Rape of Nanjing David Askew. The International Committee for the Nanking Safety Zone: An introduction. Sino-Japanese Studies Vol. 14 Joseph Chapel. Denying Genocide: The Evolution of the Denial of the Holocaust and the Nanking Massacre. Robert P Gray (translation into english. Originally by the Nanjing University Department of History Professors Gao Xingzu, Wu Shimin, Hu Yungong, and Cha Ruizhen) Japanese Imperialism and the Massacre in Nanjing museums.cnd.org/njmassacre/njm-tran/ Herbert Bix. Hirohito and the Making of Modern Japan
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Photo: Holocaust Remembrance Day. Malcolm Hoenlein @Conf_of_pres @mhoenlein1 Goldie Jacoby is a Holocaust survivor and speaker from Palm Springs, CA. A member of the Blue Card speakers' bureau https://www.goldiejacobysworld.com/