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Remembering Dr. Korczak: Lessons on Commitment to Care

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    Dr. Janucz Korczak (1878-1942) was a Polish-Jewish pediatrician who had revolutionary ideas about humanism for children, and was one of the first proponents of children's rights. He established the first progressive orphanages in Poland, and wrote numerous books on child psychology, including How to Love a Child and the Child's Right to Respect. Pediatrician Dr. Susan Weisberg describes how Dr. Korczak has inspired her life's work, and tells the story of Dr. Korczak's tragic but noble Holocaust death. Dr. Michael Greenberg hosts.

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    Dr. Janucz Korczak (1878-1942) was a Polish-Jewish pediatrician who had revolutionary ideas about humanism for children, and was one of the first proponents of children's rights. He established the first progressive orphanages in Poland, and wrote numerous books on child psychology, including How to Love a Child and the Child's Right to Respect. Pediatrician Dr. Susan Weisberg describes how Dr. Korczak has inspired her life's work, and tells the story of Dr. Korczak's tragic but noble Holocaust death. Dr. Michael Greenberg hosts.

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