'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Ceija Stojka survived three Nazi death camps and then found her life's work: Raising awareness of the Nazis' persecution of Roma _ also known as Gypsies _ in her art and her writings.
Andy Warhol stopped by for a cup of his coffee.
Andy Warhol stopped by for a cup of his coffee. So did princes, paupers, playwrights, poets and untold thousands for whom a visit to Vienna was unthinkable without a cup of steaming brew served by the bow-tied little man with the perpetual dancing smile.
"Let my grandchildren live," she declared.
"If I could write down all my thoughts, they would surely be an endless book of suffering," she told an interviewer before embarking on her 1988 autobiography "We Live in Seclusion." "But my thoughts race more quickly than my hands are able to put everything to paper."