We are made up of many talented and dedicated people. Here we showcase their talents and keep you up to date on their activities.
Martina E. - Founding member
Martina was the keynote speaker in Tampa, Florida on Sunday, January 26, 2014 at the 2nd annual commemoration of the International Holocaust Remembrance Day hosted by the Tampa Bay Consular Corps. She spoke along with another One by One member, Bonnie S.
During her visit to Tampa, Martina spoke to the deans, faculty, and students of three universities at the following locations:
- The University of South Florida in Tampa
- Eckerd College in St. Petersburg
- University of Tampa in Tampa
- Florida Holocaust Museum in St. Petersburg
Below are links to her various works:
Stumble Stone Project
Stumble Stones (Stolpersteine) commemorate victims, both those who died and survivors, of the Holocaust. Artist Gunter Demnig's project involves replacing ordinary pavement cobblestones with small brass-topped cobblestones bearing a simple inscription - name, date of birth, and place of death, if known or appropriate. Positioned outside of the houses of Jews and others who were murdered by the Nazi regime, this simple concept causes passers-by to stop and look at the inscriptions of the stones beneath their feet, stones they may have stumbled over.
Click here to see Howard's journey through Berlin, installing Stumble Stones for twenty-seven Jews who were murdered by the Nazis during the Holocaust.
There is also a lovely article featuring his project in the 1834 Magazine, here.
Rosalie G. - Founding Member
In addition to being a co-founding member of One by One, Inc., Rosalie is a dialogue group facilitator.
Rosalie would like to share the Jewish view of forgiveness as presented by Rabbi Meir Sendor.
Click here to watch Rabbi Sendor and learn what One by One is about.
Todd is currently interviewing One by One founders with the goal of producing a film about this extraordinary group of people.
Todd exhibited in the Museum Without Walls presentation of the The Stranger Next Door in Amsterdam, Netherlands from November 3-5, 2016.
His exhibition, The Prophets, opened June 11, 2016 in the Jewish Museum of Grobzig, just south of Berlin, Germany.
Todd's exhibition at the Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington Hills, Michigan, Light is My Voice: Images, Legends and Abstractions. A Retrospective of Photography on Jewish Themes ended in December 2014, but will now be travelling throughout the United States and abroad.
Click here to read about his exhibits.
You can contact Todd by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com