I asked to join the staff of the Memory Archive the moment I heard about it. I wanted to learn more about the Holocaust from personal perspectives, but I think what all of us who have worked on this project have to come realize is this: that even the deepest human suffering will never prevail over the magnificence of human compassion and forgiveness.”
Stephan Garnett has nearly 40 years of experience in news and feature writing and media production. He has been an investigative reporter, an urban police and crime reporter, a magazine feature writer, a radio essayist, and a documentary researcher, script writer and co-producer. He is a former part-time college English composition, literature and speech teacher who is now a full-time journalism instructor at the Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing at Northwestern University.