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Hadassah Magazine 12-30-2019

Helping Survivors While Honoring Their Lives By Shira Hanau January 2020 John and Amy Israel Pregulman partnered in more than marriage. Not every couple can say they met, launched a nonprofit together, raised almost $30,000 and got married in the space of less than two years. But John and Amy Israel Pregulman did just that, founding their nonprofit organization, KAVOD, to provide emergency aid to Holocaust survivors. In fact, it’s the very thing that brought them together in the first place. It all began in January 2015, when John came to the Memphis Jewish Community Center, where Amy was working ...
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Birkenau Extermination Camp, PolandCOPYRIGHT JUDY GLICKMAN LAUDER, COURTESY OF PETER FETTERMAN GALLERY

Forbes.com – 09/20/2019

Picturing the Absence: Judith Glickman Lauder at Peter Fetterman, Santa Monica Tom Teicholz Contributor “Beyond the Shadows” a moving and at times unsettling photographic exhibit by Judith Glickman Lauder will be on view at Peter Fetterman Gallery from September 26th through October 26th . The exhibition gathers the work of Glickman Lauder taken over the last forty years in Poland, Germany and the former Czech Republic, at locations such as Treblinka, Birkenau, Majdanek and Theresienstadt among others. The proceeds from the exhibition are being donated to KAVOD, a charity ensuring dignity for Holocaust survivors, as well as to the Los ...
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MEMORIA – 05-2019

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silive.com 4-10-2019

Couple on mission to photograph all living Holocaust survivors visits Wagner College Holocaust Center By Shira Stoll | Posted April 10, 2019 at 08:00 AM STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – With a yellow brick wall background and tall windows, John and Amy Pregulman, a Denver- and Memphis-based couple on a mission to photograph every Holocaust survivor, photographed four of them at the Wagner College Holocaust center on Tuesday. John and Amy Pregulman photograph Holocaust survivor Shirley Gottesman at Wagner College. (Staten Island Advance/Shira Stoll) “I think having Staten island and Wagner College Holocaust Center represented in a national project like this ...
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