Gutter, Pinchas

Pinchas Gutter was born in Lodz and was 7 years old when the war broke out. After his father was brutally beaten by Nazis in Lodz, he fled with his family to what they thought was safety in Warsaw. From there, Pinchas and his family were incarcerated in the Warsaw Ghetto for three and a

Glied, Bill

Bill Glied grew up in Serbia, enjoying a good life within his community.  The family had a prosperous business, and Bill had many friends – and he was a skilled goalie on his soccer team.  In April, 1944, that all changed: Bill was deported along with his entire family from his home town of Subotica,

Brady, George

George Brady was living a quiet and comfortable life in Czechoslovakia in the period before the war. With the arrival of the Nazis however, his circumstances changed dramatically. He and his family were subjected to the various degrees of Nazi brutality and they found themselves ostracized from their community. George’s mother and father were arrested

Ortega, Sandra

Sandra Ortega was born March 29, 1937 in Baltimore, Maryland.  She grew up against the backdrop of 1950s America, when the Jim Crow Laws governed life all across the south, a truth that was in evidence in her own city of Baltimore, where segregation ran deep.  From an early age Sandra learned the virtue of

Towards Reconciliation

On Thursday, November 10th Crestwood hosted a symposium entitled “Towards Reconciliation” aimed towards exploring pathways of reconciliation between indigenous and non-indigenous peoples. The day opened with a prayer by Chief Stacey Lafaorme, Chief of the Mississauga of the New Credit First Nation, on whose traditional land Crestwood lies. Students heard from outstanding and powerful speakers