The Liberator's Daughter
Journey from immigrant beginnings to Harvard University, from World War II death camps to the Oklahoma City bombing, from British Bermuda to the American Jewish Archives. Read original letters and diaries and see history come alive with photographs. Be inspired by the stories of tikkun olam, repairing the world.
The Liberator's Daughter skillfully weaves together the story of Deborah Levine's GI father at the end of WW II, her family's Jewish roots in Bermuda of all places, and a shocking treasure trove of Holocaust reminiscences from a total stranger whose story becomes intimately hers. In a fascinating, multifaceted memoir unlike any that you'll ever read, Levine takes us deep into her family's unusual history to show how it shaped her own growth as a truly inspiring interfaith, social justice activist. Compelling, uplifting, and unique.”
About Deborah J. Levine (Chattanooga, Tennessee Author)
Deborah Levine’s passion for writing began during her childhood transition from Bermuda to Manhattan. The author of eleven books, she received a National Press Association Award, was named a Finalist in the 2017 Indie Book national competition and was featured on CSPAN - BOOKTV.
Deborah has published articles in professional and popular publications: The Huffington Post, The American Journal of Community Psychology, Journal of Society of Dance History Scholars, The Harvard Divinity School Bulletin, LifeStyle Entrepreneur, and The Bermudian Magazine.
As Editor-in-Chief of the American Diversity Report, Deborah has coached dozens of writers from around the world. Deborah served as the Research Coordinator for the UTC College of Engineering and Computer Science. With advanced degrees in anthropology and urban planning, she writes and teaches both storytelling and technical writing.