World Christian Broadcasting

94 Maidens author Rhonda Fink Whitman’s radio interview on World Christian Broadcasting.

This is “First Person with Paul Ladd.”

Part 1 of 4.  Listen here

Part 2 of 4.  Listen here

Part 3 of 4.  Listen here

Part 4 of 4.  Listen here

Thanks for the great 4-part interview, Paul!  Well done!  Very much appreciated!  I hope it inspired folks to educate themselves and teach others. ~ Rhonda  :)

#FiveStarFriday!

 

5.0 out of 5 Stars A Must Read! By MJ
“This is a story that must be told over and over again.  Powerful emotions with every turn of the page.”
Thank you so much, MJ!  Your 5-star recommendation is truly appreciated especially during the holiday season! ~ Rhonda

 

Happy Thanksgiving!

Much to be thankful for this year!

We got our Holocaust and Genocide education bill passed in Pennsylvania and we’re working on similar legislation in Michigan, Massachusetts, Iowa, Ohio, Canada, and Italy!!!

Please keep sharing The Mandate Video and spreading the word about 94 Maidens!
This has become an international cause because the world continues to show us everyday what happens when hatred and bigotry goes unchecked.  History repeats itself when we don’t learn.

Wishing all of our readers/viewers/advocates/friends and their loved ones a very Happy and Healthy Thanksgiving! ~ from Rhonda and her team at 94 Maidens.

 

 

#FiveStarFriday!

5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing, By AJP

“Rhonda Fink Whitman tells her family story.  She has a gift with words and you do not want to put the book down until you have finished the book.  I got so engrossed in the story that my emotions got the best of me.  An amazing story by an amazing writer.  Reminder is so true, those who do not remember history are bound to repeat it.”

This 5-star review is near and dear to my heart, AJP!  Your words live on and just like you, are unforgettable!  With love and gratitude always ~ Rhonda

Life in a Jar, The Irena Sendler Project

Irena Sendler defied the Nazis to save 2500 Jewish children from the Warsaw Ghetto. One person CAN make a difference.  Something to ask yourself.  What can I do?

Historic Congregation B’nai Abraham’s David Mink brought this most meaningful program to Philadelphia from rural Kansas.  Yasher Koach!

From left:  Marciarose Shestack, Rhonda Fink-Whitman, Project Founder Megan Stewart Felt, Educator Norm Conard, Dr. Marcia Sachs Littell, B’nai Abraham’s David Mink, Jewish War Veteran Allan Silverberg — at National Museum of American Jewish History.

 

Picture Perfect!

Students at Temple Judea of Bucks County, PA created “thank you” picture frames for Holocaust survivors Ilse Lindemeyer (who was on the Kindertransport) and Ronnie Breslow (who was on the St. Louis) from when they shared their testimony with them last month.  On the stones surrounding the frames the children wrote short phrases and wisdom they learned from each survivor and included heartfelt thanks.  Beautiful!