Deborah Strobin & Ilie Wacs: Brother-Sister Authors of Holocaust Memoir "An Uncommon Journey"
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As the host of his own eponymous news talk shows on PBS and Public Radio International, Tavis Smiley's face and authoritative voice are well-known. He's also the author of the new book Death of a King, which chronicles the trials and tribulations Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. faced during the year before his April 1968 assassination. Smiley joins retired Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge LaDoris H. Cordell for a discussion about Dr. King's final days. They'll highlight his leadership and perseverance in the face of assaults on his character and ideology. After their conversation, Smiley will be available for book-signing. Learn More
Per my companion, the white wine was "fair" there was no foodDeborah Tannen (Author of You Just Don't Understand: Women and Men in Conversation) info • Mar 15 2013 star this tip starred
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This was an interesting story of a jewish family fleeing Austria, going to Shanghai, China,because of its' policy of accepting immigrants, staying for 10 years, and finally leaving for Canada on an American troop ship. Because of the age difference between sister and brother, their recollections were different,one from the other, but complementary. The interviewer was excellent in keeping the narrative lively, interesting, and moving along.
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