Man walking in winter in the remains of the synagogue on Wolborska Street, destroyed in 1939 by the Germans, 1940, by Henryk Ross
Inspired by Memory Unearthed: The Lodz Ghetto Photographs of Henryk Ross, join us to discuss how humankind responds in remarkable ways in the face of adversity.
Author and classical music host Martin Goldsmith tells of his family’s experiences as Jewish musicians during the Holocaust. Bosnian refugee Jasmina Cesic recounts her survival and recovery during a brutal civil war. And psychologist Rachel Yehuda speaks on the complexities of working with those who have experienced trauma.
Including special performances by New England Conservatory’s Eunghee Cho on cello and Ezekiel’s Wheels Klezmer Band.
Jasmina Cesic, Bosnian refugee and author of Runs Salt, Runs Sweet
Martin Goldsmith, radio host on National Public Radio and Sirius XM and author of Alex’s Wake: A Voyage of Betrayal and a Journey of Remembrance
Rachel Yehuda, professor, Psychiatry and Neuroscience, and director, Traumatic Stress Studies Division, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; director, Mental Health Patient Care Center, James J. Peters VA Medical Center.
Sunday, May 7, 2017
1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Harry and Mildred Remis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.