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Fox31 Denver – 2-20-2019

Denver photographer on a mission to photograph Holocaust survivors POSTED 4:09 PM, FEBRUARY 20, 2019, BY JEREMY HUBBARD, UPDATED AT 07:45PM, FEBRUARY 20, 2019 BOULDER, Colo. -- There are about 100,000 Holocaust survivors still living in the United States, and a Denver photographer wants to take a portrait of as many of them as possible. Wednesday morning, John Pregulman photographed his 775th survivor at the Jewish Community Center in Boulder. "The photos give a face to the Holocaust, and meaning because these are real people, and it's very important to them to know that younger generations are remembering them and ...
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KAVOD’s Holocaust Survivor Legacy Photography Project

KAVOD ensures Dignity for Holocaust Survivors by giving aid for Emergency situations to the 35,000 Survivors living in poverty. KAVOD also has a Survivor Legacy Photography Project which you can see some of the 780 in this short video. Thank you for your interest in KAVOD and the Holocaust Survivor community ...
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DailyMail.com 1-30-2019

Denver couple on a mission to photograph every Holocaust survivor in the U.S. have already snapped 735 of the remaining 100,000 in the country By MARLENE LENTHANG FOR DAILYMAIL.COM PUBLISHED: 17:20 EST, 30 January 2019 | UPDATED: 17:52 EST, 30 January 2019 A Denver couple has launched a mission to photograph every single Holocaust survivor in the United States. John Pregulman and his wife Amy Israel Pregulman started out by helping a friend take pictures of Holocaust survivors in Chicago five years ago and it later turned into their life-long passion project. John started out photographing 65 survivors over the ...
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Denver Post 1-30-2019

One Denver couple’s quest to photograph every Holocaust survivor in the United States John and Amy Pregulman have now documented 735 survivors across 36 cities By SAM TABACHNIK | stabachnik@denverpost.com | The Denver PostPUBLISHED: January 30, 2019 at 6:00 am | UPDATED: January 30, 2019 at 9:25 am DENVER, CO - JANUARY 10: John and Amy Israel Pregulman pose for a portrait in their offices on January 10, 2019 in Denver, Colorado. The couple have started KAVOD an organization to help ensure the dignity for Holocaust survivors. With their work with the organization they also created a project to photograph ...
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