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Commercial Appeal 3-16-2016

Helping Holocaust Survivors Helps All Of Us Sam and Frieda grew up in the same city in Poland, but they met walking down the same street at a displaced persons camp in Germany in 1946. "I noticed her right away," Sam Weinreich said, looking at Frieda as if he was seeing her for the first time. "I said, 'I like what I see. I'm going to marry that beautiful girl.'" "Uh, huh," said Frieda, sitting beside Sam in their East Memphis home and looking at him as if she'd heard it all a million times before. The Weinreichs, who are ...
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WRCB Channel 3 Interview

John Pregulman was honored to be interviewed on WRCB Channel 3 in Chattanooga today about Kavod. Thank you Jed Mescon and Julie Edwards ! Very grateful for this opportunity! *These images do not depict recipients of aid from Kavod.  Those receiving aid are confidential.  The images are of Holocaust Survivors from across the globe and have been taken by John Pregulman since 2012 ...
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Jewish Scene Magazine 1- 21-2016

*These images do not depict recipients of aid from Kavod.  Those receiving aid are confidential.  The images are of Holocaust Survivors from across the globe and have been taken by John Pregulman since 2012. Kavod…Honoring Strength and Preserving Dignity If pictures are worth 1,000 words, then the large and still-growing collection of portraits by photographer John Pregulman must be worth millions of words. Words like courage, strength, survival, determination, passion, sorrow and tragedy come to mind. So what could be the focus of images that produce words like these? They would be the beautiful photographs of people from what’s known as ...
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Times Free Press 11-29-2015

Cook: Portraits in the Book of Life One woman was packed into a boxcar bound for Auschwitz. So crowded, no one could sit down. People began to starve. The woman, who was a girl then, was extraordinarily tall, with very long arms. There was a hole in the boxcar floor. When the train would stop, she was able to reach her long arms down through the hole and pull up handfuls of grass. That's how she survived. By eating grass. Another woman was sent to Treblinka as a child. She survived three years there, which was unheard of at Treblinka ...
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