Rev. Jonathan Dean, Director of Learning for Ministry at Methodist Church in Great Britain, asks, “Who models goodness for you?” “Magda overcame all the evil that had been done to her by giving her life to other people in service, and in witness, and in love, and in the cause of peace and reconciliation,” he said.Continue reading “WATCH: Rev. Jonathan Dean Speaks About Magda as a Model of Goodness”
This beautiful musical piece by Paul Adams and Elizabeth Geyer honors Magda’s journey and legacy of forgiveness. Paul wrote: “Magda Brown was an amazing friend who passed this year. Despite surviving the horrors of Auschwitz, she traveled the world speaking about forgiveness. I composed this in dedication. Thanks to Elizabeth Geyer for adding ambient vocals.”
Shortly after she passed away, Magda Brown was honored with a beautiful memorial service in Weimar, Germany. Magda – who was enslaved at a munitions factory at Allendorf, a sub-camp of Buchenwald after she was imprisoned at Auschwitz – visited Weimar in 2018 and 2019 for celebrations marking the anniversary of the liberation of theContinue reading “Magda Brown Honored with Memorial Service in Weimar, Germany”
By Mark McGuigan, former U.S. program director of Action Reconciliation Service For Peace July 13, 2020 I want to do a thread about a friend of mine who just passed away. Her name was Magda Brown, she was 93, a native of Hungary, and she was a survivor of Auschwitz and the Buchenwald slave labor system.Continue reading ““Magda Brown Called Us All to a Moral Life That Centered Love””
Magda’s granddaughter Amy reflects on the loss of her grandmother.