Hidden Children, the Secret Survivors of the Holocaust: 75 Years Later
The Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, in New York City, invites Hidden Children survivors to attend a three-part series for and about the Hidden Child survivors. Each program is one hour long and will include a short presentation by clinical psychologist Dr. Irit Felsen, Ph.D., and a 30-45 minute conversation among the participants. All meetings will be on Zoom. Please register for each individual program. Please e-mail or call 646.437.4295 with any questions.
PROGRAM 2: Overcoming – Then and Today | Sunday, March 13, 2022 at 12 – 1 PM Central Time
The Lifelong Co-existence of Extraordinary Resilience and Invisible Vulnerabilities in the Lives of Hidden Child Survivors Who and what helped you survive and overcome challenges in your life? How do your past experiences help and/or complicate your days today, as an older person, especially during the pandemic?
PROGRAM 3: Your Message for Future Generations | Sunday, March 20, 2022 at 12 – 1 PM Central Time
would you like future generations to know about the children who were
hidden during the Holocaust? What would you include in your ‘ethical
will’? What would you like your personal legacy to your family or others
include? Dr. Felsen will discuss briefly the shaping of the memory of
the Holocaust for future generations in one’s own family and in general.
Are there moral lessons that should be taken from the Holocaust that
Hidden Child survivors wish to pass on to future generations?