In March 1941, I and my family of five were forced into the ghetto with no school and play, facing hard labor and the constant fear of death. I escaped death many times using my young quick wit and the help of unexpected friendships with fellow prisoners and even Nazi soldiers willing to risk their lives for mine. Every moment of my survival stemmed from hope, and in 1945 I was liberated under the cloud of over six million murdered Jews.
Over the past ten years I have spoken to over 100,000 people spreading the voice of tolerance and respect. I now welcome you to learn from my website and support my cause to stop bullying and prejudice.