Michel Kichka at the United Nations On Wednesday April 11, 2018

The United Nations Department of Public Information is hosting a special multimedia event on Wednesday April 11 2018 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The event will feature Michel Kichka presenting his book entitled “Second Generation – Things I Didn’t Tell My Father”.

Michel Kichka is an award winning, Belgian-born, Israeli cartoonist and illustrator who has written and illustrated a spectacularly powerful book about his parents, his family and his own life as the child of Holocaust survivors. I have often included images from his book in my presentations about the experience of the second generation and the meaning of intergenerational transmission, because pictures, especially his, speak louder than a thousand words. His poignant narrative and illustrated book has a very special place in my heart. I wholeheartedly recommend that those whose lives were so intimately colored by our parents or grandparents’ experiences during the Holocaust attend this unique opportunity.

Registration instructions can be found at this link.

Irit Felsen

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One Response to Michel Kichka at the United Nations On Wednesday April 11, 2018

  1. isitapper says:

    Dear IritI hope you are well and had a wonderful Passover holiday.  I saw you email about “things I never told my father” and would love to get two tickets.  Can you suggest how to do that because the link said registration closed. Thank you for your time and I hope to see you very soon in the near future. LoveBetsy Dougatz 

    Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone


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