It's so amazing how Maya decided to share Trudie's tapestries in an exhibition to encourage others to resist intolerance and learn about how to prevent things like the Holocaust from happening again.

                      -Polytechnic Middle Schooler

Recent Appearances:

  • Temple Beth Ohr

  • Museum of Tolerance

  • Holocaust Museum LA

  • Jewish Community Library of SF

  • Jewish Learning Works

  • Ikar Craftivism & Social Justice

  • Shomrei Torah CA

  • San Francisco Holocaust Museum

  • Beth-Shalom for Yom HaShoah 

  • B'nai Jacob CT

  • Merage JCC Orange County CA

  • San Marino League

  • SGV Rotary

  • Pomegranate Guild

  • Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

  • ORT America

  • Zikaron BaSalon

  • Our Lady of Lourdes School

  • South Pasadena Middle School

  • Westridge School

  • Santa Monica Lincoln Middle School

  • Kipp Scholar Academy

  • Pasadena Jewish Temple

  • Simon Wiesenthal Center

  • Polytechnic School

  • Arcadia High School

This is without a doubt the best program I have seen in a very long time…it will be a memory forever.”

               -Janet, San Marino League

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“Oh my gosh! This program was so special!!! Listening to Jody and Trudie was heartbreaking, inspiring and lovely. Bravo!”

 

               -Cindy, San Marino League

I had the honor of hearing your testament to the Holocaust and seeing photographs of your breathtaking tapestries this morning. I want to thank you for having the courage to tell your story and ensure this painful history is never forgotten. 

                                      -MK, 8th grade

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Thank you for sharing with us the history and life of Trudie Strobel. I was amazed when I saw her art and was inspired by her struggles in life. I’ll try to visit the exhibit after the pandemic.

                     -Thank you, Cooper

                     (5th Grade, TVT)

Museum of Tolerance

"We could put ourselves in her shoes because of her description. She made us feel like we mattered."

                     -El Rancho High                              School student

"Thank you for teaching and showing us stuff about the past that we didn’t learn about yet and persevered and did it in the form of a zoom meeting."

                   -From, Olivia

                   (5th grade, TVT)