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Support the Mischlinge Exposé Project

In the wake of our divisive elections, I am more committed than ever to spreading love, tolerance, and music.

By telling one story of survival in the face of intolerance and hate, I hope to bring listeners together and to stand up for the right of every person to be treated with respect and compassion.

The Mischlinge Project is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of The Mischlinge Project must be made payable to Fractured Atlas only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

To send a physical check, please write it out to “Fractured Atlas” and mail to Carolyn at 265 Audubon Rd. / Englewood, NJ, 07631. If you plan to send a check for $1000 or more, please attach a Major Gift Letter as well (download here).

“I first met Carolyn Enger when I was preparing in 2012 for the Jewish Community Center (JCC), in Tenafly, New Jersey, an artifact exhibit of first-hand documents dealing with the Holocaust, and added her unusual and touching personal story to the exhibit… I can only hope and pray that she will receive all the support needed (financial and otherwise) to bring this moving project into fruition.”

Dr. Mordecai Paldiel
Formerly, director of the Righteous Among the Nations Dept., at Yad Vashem, and currently teaching the Holocaust at Yeshiva University-Stern College and Touro College, New York.

This project has been endorsed by Professor Elie Wiesel; the renowned American Jewish professor, political activist, Nobel Laureate, Auschwitz survivor, and author of more than 60 books including his memoir, Night; and Michael Berenbaum. Michael Berenbaum is the director of the Sigi Ziering Institute, Exploring the Ethical and Religious Implications of the Holocaust and a Professor of Jewish Studies at the American Jewish University. Having written and edited 20 books himself, he was also the Executive Editor of the Second Edition of the Encyclopaedia Judaica. He was Project Director overseeing the creation of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the first Director of its Research Institute and later served as President and CEO of the Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, which took the testimony of 52,000 Holocaust survivor in 32 languages and 57 countries. His work in flim has won Emmy Awards and Academy Awards. 

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