Psychiatrist Viktor Frankl’s memoir has riveted generations of readers with its descriptions of life in Nazi death camps and its lessons for spiritual survival. Jesse Kornbluth reviews here.
Embed from Getty ImagesFiction by Steve Jaeger, based on actual events that took place in France in 1944.—At fifteen, Gaspar Fournier had as much military experience as any of his fellow Marquis. Very few people even knew Gaspar by his real name. To most people he was known as Le Bec. He was a fearless…
The burning question today for those of us in a fight for our survival is: Will we allow a system built upon violence to destroy us?
Today, the police are the street enforcers for the corporate dictatorship. We need a society where the people, not the corporations, are in charge.
A thousand scattered voices, politically and ideologically separated, mean nothing. We must confront each and every attack on what liberty we have left.
When the race relations portrayed in a book written more than 50 years ago are still all too familiar, it can be a wake-up call. —Books that deal with alternative histories may be one of the most under-appreciated genres. The phrase “oldie but goodie” is definitely an apt description for my latest read, The Man in…
None of us know life without living, breathing Holocaust survivors.
The former editor of Ebony magazine was born in Nazi Germany. He lived through Naziism in Germany and racism in the United States.
Professor Warren Blumenfeld offers a call to end the constant comparisons between those wanting to address wealth inequality with those who perpetrated the Holocaust.
To fully understand privilege we must break through its hard outer shell.
We should help Syria whether it benefits us or not.
Warren Blumenfeld explains how, “The more things change, the more they stay the same.” Especially for the LGBT community in Eastern Europe.
The new research is completely changing our understanding of the Holocaust.
Tragedy comes from repressed shame, not from being too permissive with people.
Professor Warren Blumenfeld sees parallels between the German Third Reich and the inequalities of today
Lisa Hickey travels from Germany to the comments on a blog post to discover that forgiveness is an action word.