What Others Are Saying About Marking Humanity:

“This extraordinary collection, written by a group of diverse and talented individuals, provides unique insight into the powerful legacy of Holocaust survivorship.”
Stephen Harper, Former Prime Minister of Canada

“The contents are poignant and touching. Books like this one serve as an important record of the horrors of the Holocaust and the resilience of the human spirit.”
Office of Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel

“Marking Humanity is a moving, enlightening window into the souls and hearts of a varied group of Holocaust survivors. History happens one heartbreak and one triumph at a time, and this book helps us see and feel it through these personal writings.”
Amy Sky, singer/songwriter

“All of the memoirs conveyed in Marking Humanity are a poignant reminder of lives lost in the madness of the Shoah. This anthology unfolds under the deadly thud of the Nazi jackboot marching over the lives of Jewish mothers, fathers, sons, and daughters. A must read for a world once again on the cusp of descending into a new abyss of intolerance and ancient hatreds.”
Ian Leventhal, Executive Director for the Toronto office of the Jerusalem Foundation of Canada

“Before time and circumstance erase Holocaust survivors from existence, their tragic stories must be recorded. Even now, as we advance in the twenty-first century, we are confronted by deniers, dictators, bullies, and fiends who wish to destroy the Jewish people and our precious State of Israel. They accuse us of falsehood, despite the fact that the barbed wire, barracks, and gas chambers of Nazi hellholes still stand. In Marking Humanity it is apparent that the agony and suffering is real. The voices are eloquent. The enduring pain is horrific. We can only bear witness, but that is our duty to the martyrs and victims of hatred and brutality.”
Vivian Jeanette Kaplan, author of Ten Green Bottles: Vienna to Shanghai—Journey of Fear and Hope

“The intimate stories, poems, and essays by the Holocaust survivors in this book give all humanity the ultimate gift of the most intense hope, strength, faith, and compassion of which the human being is capable. May all who read it humbly bend a knee before their victorious examples.”
Michael Bernard Beckwith, author of Spiritual Liberation: Fulfilling Your Soul’s Potential

“A moving testimony to the power of creative expression in helping survivors of extreme trauma begin to heal their souls. In the words of Dora Posluns: ‘Can one imagine Auschwitz? You must write!’ ”
Stephen K. Levine, author of Trauma, Tragedy, Therapy: The Arts and Human Suffering

“Evocative writing. Political power. This compilation fusing history, essays, and poetry reminds us of some of the worst horrors of the Holocaust and of how many did not make it through. But over and over it testifies to the strength of the human spirit, as well as to the lives that survivors managed to create and their desire to be sure we know what happened. The editor reminds us that there are reasons for the hatred that infiltrates our world and much we still need to do to stop humiliation and hatred and to end and prevent genocide.”
Ruth W. Messinger, President of American Jewish World Service

“Marking Humanity is a true gift to humanity and future generations. The Holocaust survivors tell their stories to those of us who can only attempt to comprehend the atrocities committed not so long ago. Soon these stories will be lost to us, but not so thanks to Shlomit’s efforts. The book has a flow that takes the reader into each individual’s life and celebrates the ability to come through. I thank Shlomit for bringing such goodness into the world. We all need to learn and remember.”
Julie Starr, Possibility Life Coaching for Women

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