Live Chat with the Creative Team Behind ‘Where Can I Go?’

Executive Produced by Raleigh-Cary Jewish Family Services, in partnership with The Justice Theater Project, “Where Can I Go”, premiered last week. Weaving together remote therapeutic group sessions with in-person interviews, the film shares the experiences of trauma and resilience of a group of Holocaust survivors in an urgent effort to ensure we never forget and examines the lasting effects of early childhood trauma through the lens of aging and resilience. Hear what Barbara Kaynan (Therapist), Jesse Bonnell (Director), and Limor Schwartz (Raleigh-Cary Jewish Family Services) have to say about the project and the importance of remembering the Holocaust.

Read Denver Ellis’ Review of Where Can I Go?

Where Can I Go? is produced by Raleigh-Cary Jewish Family Services in partnership with The Justice Theater Project. The film is available to stream on-demand now. For more information visit The Justice Theater Project website.

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