Tag Archives: Nazi Concentration Camps

The Men With The Pink Triangle (Review)

Ever since my first coming out in 1974, I’ve wanted to educate myself about the history of gay people.  The subject had been largely neglected until relatively recent years.  However, I was able to glean small snippets of information from magazine … Continue reading

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Thinking About Legacy

The other day I watched an interview, on the Web, from a music conference of my favorite composer/musician.  Jean-Michel Jarre was asked why he decided to include whistle-blower Edward Snowden’s image and voice on his latest album and in concert … Continue reading

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Elie Wiesel’s Prizes

To people who are unfamiliar with the writings of Elie Wiesel, I usually recommend they read Night. It’s an autobiographical work about his and his father’s experiences at Auschwitz and Buchenwald Nazi concentration camps. It’s a powerful writing that relates … Continue reading

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