Terry Swartzberg: lifelong work featured by combat antisemitism

Combat Antisemitism, the worldwide alliance to put an end to hatred of Judaism, has asked Terry Swartzberg, the Munich-based ethical campaigner, to report on his lifelong work of commemorating the victims of the Holocaust (through the Stolpersteine) and of propagating a fearless Judaism in Europe (through his Kippa experiment).

“I am honored to have been selected by Combat Antisemitism, whose objectives I so strongly share and espouse. I am honored to have stood with so many brave and idealistic people for the things in which we believe: a Judaism that thrives in Europe and the remembrance of the persons murdered in the Holocaust. Together, we have achieved so much – and have so much more to attain,” states Terry.