Love Letters to Jewish Moms: The Family Behind the Tattooed Torah
This Mother’s Day special event teaches us how family history can become an innovative cross-generational project and how family legacies can inspire future generations.
For many decades, Marvell Ginsburg’s children book, The Tattooed Torah, has been an important resource for Holocaust education. Her grandson Brett Kopin, a soon to be Rabbi graduating this spring from AJU’s Ziegler School, and his mother Beth Kopin, joined forces to create an animated short film from their grandmother’s/mother’s book.
Join Beth and Brett, as they discuss this powerful experience.
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