World Refugee Day (June 20) has been established to help commemorate the strength, courage and perseverance of millions of refugees around the world.
In 1942, a young Czech woman arrived in Montreal as a refugee from war-torn Europe. As she put it: Continue reading
How did a World War II refugee, born into a Jewish family in Prague, Czechoslovakia, become a revered figure for Unitarians, a small liberal religious faith in Canada?
The following is a brief response to this question, taken from Clyde Sanger’s 1986 biography, “Lotta and the USC Story.” Continue reading