April 13, 2021
Now Available: Ruth Lindemann's memoirs of her early life in Europe during the reign of the Nazi Regime and World War II. Ruth shares her experiences immigrating to the United States of America (US) and being a refugee in the US in the 1940's & 1950's.
"This memoir was written to inform my children, grandchildren, and anyone else who might be interested, about my recollections as a Jewish child in fascist Europe. I also want to relate the experiences I had during my first ten years in the United States of America."
-- Ruth Lindemann
October 8, 2019
Ruth Lindemann Speaks at Creston Elementary School (Portland, Oregon)
Ruth Spoke to students at Creston Elementary School about her journey from Vienna, Austria to the United States. She shared her story about surviving the Anschluss and Kristallnacht (Night of Broken Glass). Ruth also shared her experiences and the parallels with segregation laws of Nazi Germany and the United States.
February 4, 2019
Ruth Lindemann speaks to students of Winchester Elementary School
Students from Winchester Elementary School visited Ruth Lindemann at the Tolerance Education Center. Students engaged with Ruth about surviving the Holocaust and experiencing discrimination post-WWII and how it relates to what children confront in modern times.
September 22, 2018
@Congregation Beth Israel
Book Talk: Ruth Introduces Her New Book They Will Not Be Forgotten
Ruth speaks about her new book They Will Not Be Forgotten, a sequel to her first book, To Survive Is Not Enough.
Ruth Lindemann speaks to California Nurses Educational Institute
September 6, 2018
Nurses from the California Nurses Educational Institute visited the Tolerance Education Center to hear Ruth Lindemann. Ruth shared her experiences from the Holocaust and how she survived as a child. She spoke about immigrating to the US as a refugee and the intolerance she experienced in the states Post-WWII.
June 18, 2018
Oregon Public Broadcasting's Think Out Loud interviews Ruth Lindemann
Host Dave Miller sits down with Holocaust survivor Ruth Lindemann, who has lived most of her life in Oregon. She recently published the book, “To Survive Is Not Enough,” a fictional novel based on her own stories and those told to her by other survivors.
June 17, 2018 - 1PM to 3PM
Ruth will share her life story as a Jewish child in Austria before and during WWII. She will discuss and answer questions about her life and her book, To Survive Is Not Enough, which is based on the many stories she has heard from Holocaust survivors over the years.
April 23, 2018
Ruth Lindemann @ Cesar Chavez Elementary School
Ruth Lindemann visits Cesar Chavez Elementary School of Coachella, California to share stories from her life before and during the Holocaust in Vienna, Austria.
She gives her vivid accounts during World War II - Europe and Post-World War II - America in order to help broaden the minds of students and ensure that history does not repeat itself.
August 13, 2017
West Linn Book Fair invites Ruth Lindemann to speak
Ruth Lindemann visited the West Linn Book Fair at 1:30PM and spoke about her recent projects. She has been recently lecturing at theTolerance Education Center in Rancho Mirage, California. She spoke about her book “To Survive Is Not Enough”, a historical fiction based on the collection of hundreds of stories told to Ruth over the last fifty years.
April 26, 2017
Ruth Lindemann at the Tolerance Education Center
Ruth Lindemann visits the Tolerance Education Center in Rachno Mirage, California. She met local community members to share lessons of tolerance.