National Human Rights Month Lecture: Accidental Holocaust Fiction
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Dr. Danny M. Cohen discusses the surprising process of writing his historical novel. Set in 1943 Berlin, Train follows six teenagers who witness and try to escape the Nazi round-ups, shedding light on the “other victims” of Nazism—the Roma, the disabled, homosexuals, intermarried Jews, and political enemies of the regime. Dr. Cohen is founder of Unsilence Project and a professor at Northwestern University’s School of Education and Social Policy. A book signing follows.