Candid photo of Meryl Streep, who is wearing a black turtleneck and smiling

Jan 20, 2023

Rosenberg Mention of the Day: As Meryl Streep joins the cast of the "Only Murders in the Building" tv series, this article reminds readers that she also once played Ethel Rosenberg in "Angels in… Read More
Still frame from "Charlotte," an animated WWII film about a German Jewish painter voiced by Keira Knightley, which will screen as part of the Silicon Valley Jewish Film Festival.

Oct 13, 2022

Today's #RosenbergMOTD comes from the Silicon Valley Jewish Film Fest. The all-virtual festival, running from Oct 23rd through Nov 6th, will feature a wide variety of films, including the documentary… Read More
Michael and Robert Meeropol hold the framed Proclamation document before the steps of NYC's City Hall at the Sept 28, 2015 "Ethel Rosenberg Day of Justice in the Borough of Manhattan" ceremony

Sep 28, 2022

On this day in 2015, in a ceremony on the steps of City Hall, NYC Council members gathered, with three generations of Ethel Rosenberg's descendants present, to issue a stunning proclamation in Ethel'… Read More
Robert Meeropol speaking at the podium

Jul 28, 2022

New #RosenbergMOTD: Monadnock Ledger-Transcript covers RFC Founder Robert Meeropol's July 22nd talk for the 2022 Amos Fortune Forum in Jaffrey, NH.
Image of three book covers side-by-side ("Let the Record Show", "Hell of a Book", "Objects of Desire")

Jul 08, 2022

Today’s #RosenbergMOTD features the inclusion of ETHEL ROSENBERG: An American Tragedy, by Anne Sebba. (St. Martin’s Griffin, 336 pp., $18.99) in the NYTimes’ “New in Paperback” feature.
black and white photo of Anne Sebba, smiling and posing in a highly decorated dining room

Jun 13, 2022

Rosenberg Mention of the Day: Anne Sebba, the author of "Ethel Rosenberg: An American Tragedy" has published a Q&A this week in the lead-up to her biography's paperback edition release in the UK… Read More
Screenshot of the Youtube video recording of "Robert Meeropol & Anne Sebba talk about her book 'Ethel Rosenberg: An American Tragedy'" for "Issues that Matter with Cynthia." The thumbnail image is of Anne Sebba smiling, mid-interview.

Apr 20, 2022

For today's #RosenbergMOTD, we are delighted to share this excellent recorded interview from yesterday's "Issues that Matter with Cynthia," which featured RFC Founder Robert Meeropol (Ethel Rosenberg… Read More
Portland Press Herald's logo (dark orange background with white letter P in gothic-style font).

Apr 14, 2022

This Rosenberg Mention of the Day comes from a recent letter to the editor comparing charges faced by the Rosenbergs and the *lack* of accountability facing certain right-wing leadership in recent… Read More
Black and white photo of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg sitting in together in a park. Ethel's arms rest on Julius' shoulders.

Apr 05, 2022

On this day, April 5, 1951, Federal Judge Irving R. Kaufman sentenced Ethel and Julius Rosenberg to death, one week after a jury convicted them of conspiracy to commit espionage.
Ethel and Julius Rosenberg prison visit, separated by mesh wire fencing.

Mar 29, 2022

On this day: March 29, 1951 Ethel and Julius Rosenberg were found guilty of conspiracy to commit espionage.
Andy Warhol, speaking into a telephone

Mar 11, 2022

Today’s Rosenberg Mention of the Day highlights the more controversial work of pop artist Andy Warhol.
Angela Davis poses, seated beside a table with a vase of flowers.

Mar 10, 2022

Today's Rosenberg Mention of the Day comes from a beautiful article about RFC Advisory Board member Angela Davis and a lifetime dedicated to revolution. She discusses that while imprisoned in the… Read More
Designed image. On left half is black and white photo of Michael Meeropol. On right half on red background and white font is a portion of Michael's interview and a sound level meter underneath. The "Now What?" Podcast logo is positioned under the sound level meter.

Feb 18, 2022

Rosenberg Mention of the Day // A new podcast episode of "Now What?" with Carole Zimmer features Michael Meeropol, older son to Julius and Ethel, to discuss his parents and his childhood. The show… Read More
Photo of books stacked on their side. Caption reads, "The books shortlisted for the 2022 Wingate Literary Prize (Photo: Wingate Literary Prize / Twitter)"

Jan 28, 2022

Congratulations to Anne Sebba: her biography of Ethel Rosenberg was just short listed for the 2022 Wingate Literary Prize! The UK-based honor “is awarded to the best book, fiction or non-fiction, to… Read More
Ethel and Julius Rosenberg after their arrest in 1950. Black/white photo. They each stand against a height chart in their respective, side-by-side photos.

Dec 31, 2021

We are honored to learn that The Guardian named this article one of their "US editor's pick: best of 2021." It was originally published on June 19th, on the 68th anniversary of Ethel and Julius… Read More
A close-up photo of a hand holding up Anne Sebba's biography (paperback edition), "Ethel Rosenberg: An American Tragedy" against the backdrop of a window, beige curtains & a white windowsill. Out the window, greenery & gray skies are visible. The cover of the book depicts a black & white photo of Ethel stepping out of a car, with three men in suits around her, looking towards her from outside the car.

Oct 26, 2021

It’s a rainy, fall day. Perfect reading weather. 🍂 Returning to this brilliantly written biography by Anne Sebba, "Ethel Rosenberg: An American Tragedy." In one passage, Sebba relates the story of… Read More
A black and white photo, tinted purple. Ethel Rosenberg steps out of a car facing the camera. Three men in suits, coats, & hats stand around the car and look to her. Ethel wears a mid-length plaid skirt, a white blouse, a coat, and a hat.

Oct 20, 2021

Rosenberg Mention of the Day, courtesy of an excellent review of Anne Sebba’s biography of Ethel (we especially appreciate the reviewers conclusion re: Anne & Abel Meeropol):
A sepia-tone photo of a group of six friends out to dinner in NYC circa 1940s. They wear suits and dresses, some smile for the picture, others just look at the camera. There are seated around a round table covered with a white tablecloth, empty bottles and glasses on the the tabletop. Three are smoking.

Oct 14, 2021

Rosenberg Mention of the Day: A review of Anne Sebba’s biography by Martha Sonnenberg that “must, of necessity, begin with a personal note..." "When I was 13 years old, my mother took, from the deep… Read More