The story of Terezin includes countless examples of individuals who continued to live with creativity and hope, even in the most horrifying circumstances – like Friedl Dicker-Brandeis, a remarkable artist and arts educator who worked with and inspired the young people at Terezin. How do we, like Dicker-Brandeis, resist hopelessness in an obviously unjust and terrifying world? How do we authentically meet the reality of our dark history and present, while remaining resilient, joyful, and creative?
Special guest: Steve Seidel, Director of the Arts in Education Program at Harvard Graduate School of Education.