Photography with Joy
Holocaust survivors present photographs that explore themes of courage during the Holocaust, love, Jewish existence, and life itself.
JDC Eshel’s “Photography with Joy” program utilizes photography as a therapeutic tool for Holocaust survivors to cope with the traumas of their past and share their stories.
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