Surviving the Holocaust
Listen to the memories of a child survivor.
A Freedom Rider Remembers
Experience the Civil Rights Movement through a first-hand account.
The Life and Work of Andrew Wyeth
Find out what it’s like to grow up in the “first family of American art.”
The Lasting Impact of Child Maltreatment
How does chlildhood abuse impact life as an adult?
Linda Patterson Miller
Writers of the Lost Generation
How did the relationships of America’s great writers affect their work?
The Sex-Wise Parent
The way you talk with your children about sex could save them from serious harm.
The “T” Community
Gain a better understanding of what it means to be a transgender person.
America’s Role in the World
Learn about the relationship between foreign policy and nuclear weapons.
Discover what’s being done to stop the spread of infectious diseases.
- 13 Indigenous Grandmothers
- Activism/Civil Rights Movement
- American Indian Identity
- Art & Design, Publishing
- Art, Caregiving
- Art, Filmmaking
- Black Middle Class
- Child Abuse
- Chinese Culture
- Climate Change
- Climate Change
- Collegiate Athletics
ABOUT THE EPISODE
Author and human rights activist Inge Auerbacher discusses her memories as a child survivor of the holocaust.
ABOUT THE GUEST
Inge Auerbacher spent three years as a child imprisoned in Terezin concentration camp in Czechoslovakia, where only one percent of the 15,000 imprisoned children survived.
She immigrated to the United States with her parents in 1946 and became a successful chemist and an accomplished writer. She’s the author of six books including I Am A Star: Child of the Holocaust.
Auerbacher travels to around the world to speak about the Holocaust, tolerance, and human rights. Her numerous awards and honors include the Ellis Island Medal of Honor and the Federal Cross of Merit given by the President of Germany.
More info on Inge Auerbacher
More from the interview
- USC Shoah Foundation
- USHMM: Terezin Camp
- Jewish Virtual Library: Terezin Camp
- The True Story of the Discovery of Streptomycin
- USHMM: The Holocaust and World War II: Timeline
- Timeline of America’s Reaction to the Holocaust
PENN STATE CONNECTION
WHERE TO WATCH
April 17 at 8pm on WPSU-TV
ABOUT THE HOST
Veteran interviewer Patty Satalia hosts in-depth conversations with a broad range of remarkable people.