Stumbling on history : an art project compels a small German town to face its past
When 89-year-old Edith Westerfeld returns to the small German town where her Jewish family had lived for hundreds of years to witness the installation of a memorial to her family--part of an effort throughout Europe to confront the genocide of World War II, she experiences how art is helping today's generation face and atone for crimes of the past.
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|Location||Call Number /
|Lima Public Library||J 940.53 CHA (Text)
|Macedon Public Library||940.5 CHA (Text)
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