Sarah Wildman


The Other Kindertransport

By Sarah Wildman

The Other Kindertransport
In the former Czechoslovakia, 150 Jewish teenagers managed to escape the Nazis. After 70 years, some of the survivors have reunited.Read More


Documenting The Other Kindertransport

By Sarah Wildman

Documenting The Other Kindertransport
Judith Matyášová seeks to make a book and a documentary film about the Czech rescue of Jewish children before the Holocaust. She needs help.Read More


Rachel Tzvia Back’s Verse Confronts Devastating Loss

By Sarah Wildman

Rachel Tzvia Back’s Verse Confronts Devastating Loss
Poet Rachel Tzvia Back palpates the edges and depths of grief and mourning. The text in her latest book of verse, ‘A Messenger Comes,’ is unflinching and raw.Read More


Finding Jewish Life in Eastern Europe

By Sarah Wildman

Finding Jewish Life in Eastern Europe
TRAVEL: Jewish cultural festivals — of which there are now several — are key to understanding both what was lost and what remains of Jewish life in Poland and Moravia.Read More


Where Everybody Knows Your Name

By Sarah Wildman

Where Everybody Knows Your Name
TRAVEL: Sleek boutique hotels are sprouting up across Israel. These gorgeously designed spaces offer top-notch service and intimate settings.Read More






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