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Holocaust Survivor Henri Parens: An America's Table Intervie

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Uploaded on Nov 12, 2007

Holocaust survivor Henri Parens tells his story. Parens's mother was transported to Auschwitz on August 14, 1942. He learned her fate soon after the war, while living in America with his adoptive family. Through a lifetime as a psychoanalyst, Parens has come to understand how the Holocaust has shaped his life and given him insights into the effects of childrearing and education on prejudice.

This interview is part of the America's Table program. Learn more at http://www.americastable.org.

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