VIDEOS by Rick Landman
LGBT & Holocaust Related
This section explores the Holocaust from the eyes of a gay son of two refugee Holocaust Survivors. It also includes video clips from Kristallnacht, Yom Hashoah, and Second Generation programs, etc.
In November 2016, Rick Landman spoke at the annual Kristallnacht Service at CBST for 5 minutes about the Jewish Refugee Internment Camp at Oswego New York, which was created towards the end of World War II for about 900 displaced European Jews, who were interned in NY under the threat of being returned back to Germany after the war's conclusion.
Ruth Gruber's book called "Haven" is an excellent account of the lives and struggles of the story of how America did take in refugees in 1944 outside of the Quota system, and how America reacted to having these mostly Jews in our midst. It is a must read to understand refugees, displaced persons, and why America didn't take in more survivors of the Holocaust. Below is the video clip of Rick's talk at CBST.
Click below to see Rick Landman's 7 minute presentation taped on February 26, 2015 @ Museum of Jewish Heritage. In it he gives a glimpse into what it was like growing up as a gay son of Holocaust Survivors. It was taped shortly after the death of his father.
If you want to see the video of the entire United Nations program on this topic,
On January 29, 2015, Rick Landman was a panelist at a briefing at the United Nations on the Holocaust, Homosexuals and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Rights Today. It was in partnership with the Holocaust and United Nations Outreach Programme. He told the approximately 20 year saga of why the stone markers for the Other Victims of the Nazi era were not inscribed in the New York City Holocaust Memorial Park in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn.
A short award winning documentary made by high school juniors Jesse Berliner-Sachs, Sophie Whisnant, Meredith Criner, and Elizabeth Pasquerello.
Won first place in district National History Day Competition 2014.
Jeff Dupre, Mia Ettinger, Ray Hill, Jim Hubbard, Richard Landman, Gretta Schiller, and Marc Stein.
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A short award winning documentary made by Natasha Pagel-Aprill,
about Dr. Magnus Hirschfeld, featuring Rick Landman and Robert Beachy.