Understanding Today’s Hate Symbols
It has never been more urgent to teach about the consequences of hateful ideology, especially as white supremacists and neo-Nazis are holding events that incite antisemitism across the world. The Museum offers a free online resource that provides historical context to the images and language that are used today by hate groups.
Ensuring Relevance for New Audiences
To understand how visitors experience the Museum, we have started an audience research effort as an early step in a seven-year plan to revitalize our exhibitions.
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Connecting Students and Survivors
The Museum’s Art and Memory Project brings Holocaust history to life for local high school students in the Bringing the Lessons Home program as they create works of art based on survivors’ experiences.
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Remembering Claude Lanzmann
Honor the Legacy of the Filmmaker Behind Shoah
Claude Lanzmann spent 12 years creating Shoah, which is widely regarded as the seminal film on the Holocaust. The Museum is a joint owner of his collection that contains over 220 hours of footage.
Watch Shoah Outtakes
This Month in History
German-Soviet Pact Signed
Americans & the Holocaust Lesson Plans
New Analysis on South Sudan
From around the Museum
Message from a Holocaust Survivor
“Survivors like myself may not be here 25 years from now, yet it gives me great comfort to know that the Museum will continue to thrive, not just as a memorial, but as a beacon for the transformative work that needs to be done. For my children, grandchildren, and generations beyond, it will always be home.”