Shuli Eshel is an Israeli-American filmmaker who has produced and directed critically acclaimed documentaries, including “Women’s Peace in the Middle East,” “Jewish Women in American Sport” and “A Voice Among the Silent: The Legacy of James G. McDonald.” “A Voice Among the Silent: The Legacy of James G. McDonald” has been shown widely in the United States, Canada and Israel.
By Shuli Eshel
Why Did The Holocaust Museum Omit A Key Advocate For Jews?
One of the most important Americans to speak out against the Holocaust has been omitted from the U.S. Holocaust Museum’s new exhibit on “Americans and the Holocaust.” How could this have happened? James G. McDonald (1886-1964) was an unlikely figure to end up playing a prominent role in Jewish affairs. A Catholic from the Midwest…
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