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Ingelore Film at TSD

Please join us for a special film screening of


Followed by a discussion with Ingelore Herz Honigstein and her son Frank
Stiefel, Director/Producer

May 5, 2011 at 7:00 PM

Texas School for the Deaf Auditorium
1102 South Congress
Austin, Texas

Free and Open to the community

Ingelore Herz Honigstein was born in Kuppenheim, Germany in 1924. Deaf and
Jewish, she was considered a double outcast. Embarrassed by her disability,
Ingelore’s parent made no attempts to communicate with her, resulting in
delayed speech, completing her sentence at age 12. She entered first grade
at age 13, but her education was cut short by kristallnacht, after which
Ingelore was thrown out of school.

The film chronicles Ingelore’s trials and tribulations in Nazi-controlled
Germany and her escape to America. Her story includes a brutal rape by Nazi
cadets, a kind New York doctor who performs an illegal abortion in 1940 and
her lessons of personal freedom.

For more information, contact Abe Selig at 512-735-8012 or
[email protected]

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