Presenters and Links

Eva Ariela Lindberg and Lea Saslav, Co-Hosts
Engineering: Jonathan Font Moxo

Opening remarks:

Eva Ariela, Lindberg Peace Foundation ~
Prof. Stendig-Lindberg’s Holocaust Poems

Music by Yale Strom, Klezmer Violin

David Lenga, Holocaust Survivor shares ~ Stories from Lodz Ghetto and from his memoir book.
“The Compassion of a Deadly Enemy: Even in the Darkest Hours, a Ray of Hope”

Music by Yale Strom & Elizabeth Schwartz
Klezmer Violin and Contralto


Philip Raucher – Los Angeles Polish origin, featured at the LA Museum of the Holocaust

Music by Jonathan Font Moxo –Hlicha Lekesariya(Eli Eli)

Bruce Bierman ~ Dance with the Holocaust, Berkeley

Stand up to dictators! ~ poem read by Gilberto Melendez

Myra Goodman, author, “’Quest for Eternal Sunshine’—A Holocaust Survivors Journey for Darkness to Light,” co-authored posthumously with her father, Mendek Rubin.

The story of Ilana Kahat, shared by Eva Ariela

Donna Kanter – “The Presence of their Absence” Trailer

Second Generation Sharing (Q&A)
Fred Zaidman, the principal in Donna Kanter’s documentary Trailer

Yvette Nachmia – Poetry

Music by Jonathan Font Moxo – Prayer of Transformation

Music by Eric Alderfer, (Psalm 126) New York

Tes Kempner – Six Million Candles: New World Anthem
Piano Accompaniment and Arrangement by ShaRone Shmuel David Kushnir

Closing Circle and Prayer ~ Eva Lindberg

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Lindberg Memorial Peace Foundation

The Lindberg Peace Foundation encourages innovative poetic compositions and organizes international Poetry for Peace Competitions that grants awards to gifted, yet unpublished poets. The Foundation publishes the writings of Gustawa Stendig-Lindberg and Miriam Felicia Lindberg and focuses on developing all-inclusive programs for Peace.