In the Spotlight
The Washington Post Magazine
How a team of prosecutors and historians uncovered the details behind an SS training camp in occupied Poland — and exposed Nazi collaborators hiding in plain sight in America.
Debbie Cenziper’s recent book, 'Citizen 865,' recounts the valiant efforts of American prosecutors who pursued justice for Holocaust victims for decades after the end of World War II.
C-SPAN at the Illinois Holocaust Museum
Unitarian Universalist Assocation
"Love Wins is a story about ordinary people who stepped out of their private lives to tell the world that they mattered...More than anything, it is a story about the extraordinary power of love."
Kirkus Review on Love Wins
"The authors ably create the suspense of anticipation and winnow the legal issues for lay readers...Uplifting, well-written story of personal courage and political empowerment."
Citizen 865 featured in "The Liberation of Auschwitz At 75: Forthcoming books preserve firsthand accounts of Nazi concentration camps"