Presented by Harry Furman, Esq., this seminar witnessed the memories of children of survivors with thoughtful and moving discussion. Furman, himself a child of a survivor, encouraged everyone to think about the effects
that confusing pieces of information, or hushed discussion among relatives may have had on their children - now adults with children and grandchildren of their own.
How does one discuss this within the family? Or
does the silence of the previous generation cause a different memory? Harry will continue this topic in the next session of seminars beginning in the Fall of 2017.