7 episodes

We Share The Same Sky is an intimate portrait of family history that tells the stories of two young women—Hana as a refugee who remains one step ahead of the Nazis at every turn, and Rachael, her granddaughter, on a search to retrace her grandmother’s history. Presented by USC Shoah Foundation, this seven-part narrative series explores how the retelling of family stories becomes history itself and how acts of kindness during war can echo across generations.

We Share The Same Sky Rachael Cerrotti

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    • 5.0, 76 Ratings

We Share The Same Sky is an intimate portrait of family history that tells the stories of two young women—Hana as a refugee who remains one step ahead of the Nazis at every turn, and Rachael, her granddaughter, on a search to retrace her grandmother’s history. Presented by USC Shoah Foundation, this seven-part narrative series explores how the retelling of family stories becomes history itself and how acts of kindness during war can echo across generations.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
76 Ratings

76 Ratings

NYC Eagle ,

Immersive, thoughtful, emotional

Every episode provided a unique storyline that could be listened to individually; however the story really is woven beautifully when you listen to episode after episode. Intertwined audio from the narrarator Rachael and all the other samplings from people in the stories interviewed allow the listener to feel the emotions of the story while also seeing the big picture. This podcast made me want to hear more and more about this story and similar others. 5 stars!

Ross

teagray4 ,

The World Should Listen!

I listened to this podcast with a lump in my throat. It was supremely moving, exceptionally powerful, and truly transformational. I am still processing Hana’s story and reflecting on the trauma described and balanced by her strength and resilience. The voice of the Rabbi from Copenhagen and all that he said will forever be seared in my mind. Every survivor of the Holocaust and every one of the 6 million victims of the Shoah deserves to have their lives highlighted in this way. Thank you, Rachael Cerrotti, for using your grandmother’s story to educate future generations.

JHIUEHGIUGBIU ,

Beautiful!

This podcast is absolutely stunning. It is incredibly moving. I listen to A LOT of podcasts and have never even rated one before. I was so sad to finish it, I'm going to relisten with my family (young teens).

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