Upcoming Events


After Charlottesville
History, Hate & Memory

Ellipse, Technology Center

Rockland Community College
145 College Rd., Suffern, NY

Thursday, September 14, 2017 • 12:15 pm

Keynote Speaker
Abigail Miller

Abigail E. Miller is a doctoral candidate and Tapper Fellow at the Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts. Her research explores the development and use of Holocaust memory in Argentina. She has presented her work across the country and internationally, and has taught courses at Trinity College, University of Hartford, and West Virginia University. In addition to her teaching and research, Abigail works with several initiatives to provide teacher training to improve curricula related to the Holocaust and genocide in secondary schools.

Lunch will be served

For more information, please call 845-574-4099 or email us at holocaustrcc@gmail.com.

Annual Benefit Brunch

Honoring Barbara & Sam Weinberger

November 5, 2017 • 10:30 am

Congregation Shaaray Israel
18 Montebello Road, Suffern, NY

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The Holocaust Museum Salutes Our Veterans

November 16, 2017 • 12:30 - 1:30 pm & 7:00 - 8:30 pm

Rockland Community College
Ellipse, Technology Center
145 College Road, Suffern, NY

Program will include:
Keynote by Alan Moskin, VP Holocaust Museum and Jewish War Veteran

Veterans art project called Combat Paper - Artists deconstruct American military uniforms, reclaim them as paper and communicate stories though art.
Meet and greet artist Walt Nygard.

Traveling Wall of Hope - By writing a wish, hope, or dream on a piece of colored paper and placing it into the manholes in the wall, everyone comes together in a quiet, spiritual way, creating a unique and colorful display of light and shadow.
Meet and greet artist Scott Fine

Refreshments will be served

For more information, please call 845-574-4099 or email us at holocaustrcc@gmail.com.

Never Forget
A Series Honoring Rockland's Holocaust Survivors

Upcoming Events TBA

Please join us for the Never Forget Series, honoring our local survivors, their unimaginable struggle and tireless commitment to sharing their stories. The seeds of genocide are nurtured by small acts of intolerance. We must remember history as we stand against current anti-Semitism and bigotry in all forms.

Moral Courage Documentary Series

Upcoming Events TBA

The Holocaust Museum & Center for Tolerance and Education has launched a Moral Courage Documentary Series, which will screen current and noteworthy films that highlight personal struggle and tolerance through the sharing of diverse narratives with universal themes and insights. The series is sponsored by Orange & Rockland Utilities.

Event Flyers

After Charlottesville event flyer Annual Benefit Brunch invitation Salute Veterans Through Art