Recent Appearances:

  •  Miriam's Circle Sisterhood

  • 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

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

                     -El Rancho High                              School student

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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

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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

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

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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)

"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)

Museum of Tolerance