The Midwest Center for Holocaust Education teaches the history of the Holocaust, applying its lessons to counter indifference, intolerance, and genocide.
Democracy Destroyed – The Transformation of Germany and the Path to the November Pogrom
Featuring Dr. Shelly Cline – Historian, Midwest Center for Holocaust Education.
This commemoration is free and open to the public. Reservations are requested by emailing email@example.com.
Liberation and Beyond: Postwar journeys of the Sh’erit ha-Pletah
For those who survived the Holocaust, liberation was a complicated event. It marked the end of their physical imprisonment, but the impact of the Holocaust on their lives was far from over. This five-week course will chart the journey of this surviving remnant as they began to rebuild their lives and families. Topics include: end of the war, liberation, displaced persons camps and leaving Europe.
Join us for the inaugural Ruthie Research Scholar Lecture featuring Beatrice Levine, art history graduate student at the University of Kansas.
This presentation explores what steps the art world is taking to facilitate restitution and search for masterworks still missing today, examines the history of Nazi looting, and questions where the art world is excelling and failing in its efforts to return looted works to their rightful owners today.
Registration is required but free. Seats can be reserved by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with the number attending.
Registration is required.
Thank you for your remarkable response to the exhibition Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away. All presentations from the Auschwitz Speaker Series are available here.
Additional resources provided by USHMM to begin understanding the scope of the Holocaust.
Our mission is to teach the history of the Holocaust, applying its lessons to counter indifference, intolerance, and genocide.
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