1. David Simon on Billionaires and the Demise of the Social Contract


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    In this clip from an upcoming segment on 'Moyers & Company,' 'The Wire' and 'Treme' creator David Simon offers some advice to billionaires like (another) David Simon, the highest paid CEO in the country in 2012, and Tom Perkins, who caused a firestorm earlier this week when he suggested that attacks by Occupy Wall Street and others on America's one percent were like Kristallnacht. Image credit: Bloomberg TV: https://twitter.com/BloombergTV/status/427947985339559936/photo/1

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      Ludwig Katzenstein was born to a Jewish family in Eschwege, Germany, 1924. When Hitler took power and anti-Semitic sentiment increased dramatically, his family was forced to flee Nazi Germany, narrowly escaping Kristallnacht, 'the Night of Broken Glass'. Ludwig and his family began a new life in America after crossing the Atlantic on the Queen Mary. Production Company: Cardinal Media Director: Job Hall DP: Aaron Mendez Cinematography: Aaron Mendez, Job Hall Key Grip: Nick Erickson Editor/Animation: Job Hall

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      • Robbery of the Heart: PART I


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        70 years after fleeing religious persecution Harry returns to the town he once called home; before being forced to exile on a journey that took him from Germany to France, through war-ravaged Spain and finally to Portugal where he boarded a boat headed for freedom in a place called America. To ensure the success and completion of this powerful documentary film, please visit: http://www.indiegogo.com/robberyoftheheart Your tax-deductible contribution will receive screen credit as well as a chance for the film to be screened at your organization for the 2013 premiere in Bridgeport,Connecticut and in Wetter, Germany!

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        • Passports: Gert Morgenstern


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          Gert Morgenstern, a german-born psychiatrist, describes the arrival of his parents and grandparents to Canada, fleeing Germany in 1938 and 1939, and explains why he and his children no longer speak german. But instead of simply labelling Nazis as evil, he sees them as brothers, children of divorced parents, suffering from a sickness that is still present in many parts of the world. (Comissioned by WhoWeAre.ca)

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          • Radical Jewish Culture (exhibition in the Jewish Museum Berlin)


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            Impressions of the exhibition "Radical Jewish Culture - the music scene in New York since 1990" from 08.04.2011 to 24.07.2011 at the Jewish Museum Berlin... read more in German: Impressionen der Ausstellung" Radical Jewish Culture - Musikszene New York seit 1990" vom 08.04.2011 bis 24.07.2011 im Jüdischen Museum Berlin. Die Kristallnacht als Suite in sechs Sätzen: Ab 1992 spielten New Yorker Avantgardisten radikal neue jüdische Musik. Das Jüdische Museum widmet der Bewegung nun eine klangvolle Ausstellung. Einen ausführlichen Bericht finden Sie bei "Kunst+Film": http://kunstundfilm.de/2011/04/radical-jewish-culture/

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            • Robbery of the Heart: Trailer


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              English Version: While a German city attempts to reconcile with its past by inviting those back whom were once forced to leave 70 years earlier; supporters of the opposition (NPD) make a presence in town demonstrating to the people that they are not welcomed. Deutsche Version: Eine deutsche Städte stellt sich ihrer Vergangenheit fordert diejenigen, die ihnen waren wieder einmal gezwungen. Dadurch, Mitglieder der Opposition, die weit rechtsextreme Partei, zeigen die Gäste und die Bevölkerung, dass sie nicht willkommen geheißen. Ihre steuerlich absetzbar Beitrag Bildschirm Kredit erhalten sowie eine Chance für den Film gezeigt werden in Ihrem Unternehmen nach dem November 2014 Premiere in Bridgeport, Connecticut und in Wetter, Deutschland!

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              • Holocaust survivor Edward Mosberg


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                Photojournalist/Editor: Will Caldwell. Reporter: Rick Holmes. UNION - This weekend marks the 75th anniversary of one of the darkest chapters in human history, referred to as the "Night of Broken Glass." For many Jews, it symbolizes the beginning of the Holocaust. Edward Mosberg, 87, was a 13-year-old boy living in Krakow, Poland when the Nazis were taking over Europe. Just 500 miles to the west, the Nazis destroyed a thousand synagogue, and 7,000 Jewish-owned businesses, foreshadowing the pending destruction of an entire race of people. "Everyone said it was temporary," Mosberg says. "Everyone was worried about their business. They never told them there would be any killings." Years later it became known as the Kristallnacht, "The Night of Broken Glass." For Edward and his family, it marked the beginning of the end. In the years to follow, he lost his mother, father, and two sisters in concentration camps. The Nazis murdered 16 members of his family by the end of the war. Mosberg was the only one to survive the camp. His wife of 66 years also lost her family. The couple's family members are among the 4.2 million Jews now memorialized in the new Book of Names at the Auschwitz Museum. "I could hear the voices of my family. 'don't forget us,'" Mosberg says. "I don't forget. And I don't forgive." The Yad Vashem Book of Names opened earlier this year. It is considered a promise to those people that they will never be forgotten, and that history won't be repeated.

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                • Werner's Kristallnacht Talk


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                  Dad talked to a large group during Kristalnacht 2012 at the Milwaukee Jewish Home.

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                  • Kristallnact Commemoration, 2008


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                    The Jewish Studies Program hosts the Kristallnacht Commemoration at Loyola Marymount University.

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                    • The decisions some police officers made while others became leaders.


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                      During the Nazi regime, some police officers became killing machines, while other police officers became 'Leaders' and 'Protectors' for the Jews during the Holocaust.

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