On April 6th and 7th, The Dallas Holocaust Museum will feature a presentation by Leila Levinson, author of Gated Grief: The Daughter of a GI Concentration Camp Liberator Discovers a Legacy of Trauma.
In this groundbreaking portrait of trauma’s legacy, Gated Grief reveals that unspoken memories continue to imprison and haunt WWII veterans and how the emotional scars affected their loved ones as well-including the author and her family.
The April 6th event will be held for Museum Members and their invited guests, and runs from 5:30pm to 7:30pm . It includes a museum self-tour, a presentation by the author, and an in-depth Q&A and book discussion. The April 7th event, which is open to the public and free to members of the military, includes a self-tour and author presentation, runs from 2:00pm to 4:00pm. The events cost $10 for Upstander Members and $15 for non-members, and are free to Circle of Remembrance members.
CNN Anchor Kyra Phillips Interviews Leila Levinson:
Click here to download the reader’s guide to Gated Grief: The Daughter of a GI Concentration Camp Liberator Discovers a Legacy of Trauma.
Levinson is also the founder of http://www.veteranschildren.com, a website where veterans and their children are invited to share their stories. She lives with her husband and two sons in Austin, Tex.