Explore the personal experiences of Holocaust survivors who rebuilt their lives in the Kansas City area. Survivor testimonies are available in a variety of formats–photo, video, audio, and transcript. Links to supporting documents are provided.
MCHE encourages students to limit their online Holocaust research to these recommended websites. We recommend expert guidance, caution, and critical thinking with other online sources pertaining to Holocaust-related topics.
Links to documents and materials for student research and learning.
MCHE’s free lending library features books, videos, posters, local survivor testimonies, and other learning materials pertaining to the Holocaust
The annual White Rose Student Research Contest offers prize money to 8th-12th grade students who conduct historical research and draw connections between the Holocaust and contemporary issues.
Are you the student of an outstanding Holocaust educator? If so, nominate that person for MCHE’s Holocaust Educator of the Year (HEDY) Award.
MCHE offers a full calendar of educational programs and Holocaust commemorations. These events are open to the public, and most are appropriate for 7th graders. We welcome students at our programs!
Our mission is to teach the history of the Holocaust, applying its lessons to counter indifference, intolerance, and genocide.
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