Many Holocaust Survivors Are Struggling Amid the Pandemic. Here’s How Virtual Gatherings Are Helping
Many survivors are finding that these virtual gatherings are meeting an important need — both for their own mental health, and for a world that needs to hear their perspective.
SOURCE: National Museum of Natural History
In this Zoom webinar, Honigsbaum discusses the influenza pandemics of the last century and their connections to COVID-19.
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