Video/Audio Samples

Descendants of the Shoah Virtual Speak Up – Heidi’s 8 minute story on how she came to write Tutti’s Promise.


How My Mother Survived the Holocaust – 40 minute presentation – This is a typical presentation that I would make at a school or community event. Feel free to use it as a preview, share with students who may have been absent during my school visit, or in lieu of my coming to your venue in person.


Passports for Life: The Bernese Group and the Rescue of Jews in World War II – Presentation at the Consulate General of Poland in New York – February 6, 2019. I start speaking at 30 minutes in. The tech isn’t the best, but if you stick with it it does improve


Interview aired August 9, 2018 with Dale Johnson on KFOR Lincoln, NE –
Click Here and press play (15 minutes)


Here are a few clips of some talks I have done:


VPR – Vermont Edition – April 25, 2017
If you click on the above link it takes you to the Vermont Edition page. Scroll down BELOW the first picture where there is a white rectangle with a “Listen” button. The show is about 45 minutes long and I appear at about 30 minutes.


“Mrs. Fishman’s presentation provided our students with a valuable example of the use of primary and secondary sources in research. . . . Mrs. Fishman created a narrative of her own process using visuals, including documents she found, pictures of her mother as a young girl, and photos of the building and surroundings in Amsterdam where her mother’s family hid. … Continue reading Matt Hopkins – grade 7 Language Arts Teacher — Nathan Hale-Ray Middle School

Matt Hopkins – grade 7 Language Arts Teacher — Nathan Hale-Ray Middle School

* This was an amazing opportunity for students to connect literature and history in a rich, meaningful way. * Heidi and her mother gave a stirring, emotionally engaging presentation, and our students were riveted!

Amy Ma — Upper School English teacher — Renbrook School