In partnership with the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights, One Sky presents: Hope in the Midst of Conflict
The people of a tiny village in unoccupied France chose action over indifference and saved the lives of 400 Jewish refugee children during World War II. Not just a story about the past; it is an exploration of moral courage and goodness in the face of evil – of what motivates individuals to take a stand against injustice, bigotry and extremism. (NR)
“A moving record of the unassuming, uncompromising heroism of ordinary people.” (NY Times)
The courage and compassion to do the right thing; that’s a major theme that resonates with audiences when they hear San Mateo, CA-based author Marty Brounstein talk on his book Two Among the Righteous Few: A Story of Courage in the Holocaust. This book has not always been Marty’s main work. For 25 years, he led the consulting firm The Practical Solutions Group, serving a wide variety of clients on issues of leadership and organizational effectiveness. Through this work, he wrote eight books related to business management, from contributing author to sole author, including Communicating Effectively For Dummies, Coaching and Mentoring For Dummies and Managing Teams for Dummies.