Posts Tagged ‘Museum Blindenwerkstatt Otto Weidt’

Holocaust survivor speaks to FASPE fellows

By Lex Talamo At the Museum Otto Weidt’s Workshop for the Blind in Berlin, a 92-year-old Holocaust survivor surveyed the group of listeners before her. Hair perfectly coiffed, a string of pearls around her neck, and a touch of blue eye shadow highlighting her bright eyes, Inge Deutschkron told the group to “SHOUT!” as they […]

There’s still laughter

By Alyssa Creamer At 92, former journalist and Holocaust survivor Inge Deutschkron speaks with fluid wit in a tongue she hasn’t spoken for years about a time unfamiliar to the young journalists hanging on her every word. The fellows, at least 60 years her junior, are trying to imagine the building-turned-museum they sit in as […]