Monday, June 14, 2010

The Brother Who Sent the Rosenbergs to the Electric Chair

a clip from a film by Clara Kuperberg and Robert Kuperberg, Wichita Films.
events surrounding the release of the film
Fri, 06/18/2010
20th Anniversary Benefit Reception
Join us at one of 20 events in 20 cities in 20 months, to mark the Rosenberg Fund for Children's 20th anniversary!
Meet Robert Meeropol and hear his inspiring story, at a benefit to celebrate 20 years of the RFC's work helping the children of targeted activists in the New York City area and across the country. RFC beneficiary families have been active in the struggles to wage peace; safeguard the environment; preserve civil liberties; and organize on behalf of workers, prisoners, and others whose human rights are under threat.
At the home of Alice Shechter & Lee Ornati
Co-hosted by Rachel Meeropol & Tomas Hunt, Terri Nilliasca & Jeff Meyer, Katie Unger, and Billy Rothberg & Gail Miller
Friday, June 18th
5:00-7:00 pm
Brooklyn, NY (this event is in a private residence but is open to the public. For info including street address, contact Alice with the info below)
To RSVP by June 16th contact Alice at or (917) 207-2097
Donations to the RFC, a 501(c)(3) organization, are tax-deductible.

Sat, 06/19/2010
"The Brother Who Sent the Rosenbergs to the Electric Chair"
Join Robert Meeropol,
son of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg,
on the 57th anniversary of his parents’ execution
at the New York premiere of a film about his dramatic family history
4:00-6:00 pm (doors open at 3:30)
Judson Memorial Church*
55 Washington Sq. South, New York, NY
(handicap entrance - 243 Thompson)
$10 admission at the door (no advance tickets or reservations)
proceeds benefit the Rosenberg Fund for Children,
celebrating 20 years of helping the children of targeted activists
Following the film, Robert will answer questions; sign copies of his memoir, AN EXECUTION IN THE FAMILY; and describe his 20-year journey leading the Rosenberg Fund for Children.

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