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UPCOMING EVENTS

SPECIAL EXHIBITS

Holocaust By Bullets

A Priest's Journey to Uncover the Forgotten Aspects of the Holocaust

Holocaust Museum & Center for Tolerance and Education
Rockland Community College
145 College Road, Suffern, NY

The Holocaust By Bullets is an exhibit documenting mass Jewish killing sites of the Holocaust in Eastern Europe. To date, 2,133 execution sites and 5,298 testimonies have been documented in the project, illuminating a model for mass violence that continues lo be prevalent in our world today. This exhibit exposes a largely unknown chapter of the Holocaust and serves lo influence all societies lo examine the darker recesses of history and lo speak out against today's global disease of genocide.

School Visits

Participate in our Pilot Education Program

Available Programs

  • Holocaust by Bullets - Special Exhibit
  • Keepers of the Past Gallery Walk
  • Testimony Talks by Survivors and Liberators
  • Interactive Student Workshops

Closed until further notice
Watch the virtual tour

For booking information please contact amiller@holocauststudies.org or call 845-574-4099.

HOLOCAUST COMMEMORATION, EDUCATION
& TOLERANCE PROGRAMS

Run for the Six

October 17, 2021

Virtual Event

Together we will remember the six million Jewish victims of the Holocaust.

Visit the Run for the Six page for more information

Kristallnacht Bridge Walk to Remember

November 7, 2021 | 9 am

Remembrance Ceremony prior to the walk

Westchester Landing, 333 South Broadway, Tarrytown, NY

We are limited to 75 people for this commemorative walk by the Thruway Authority. Please register at https://forms.gle/K1QYuhy1JTQQSWzf7.

On Sunday, November 7, 2021 the Holocaust Museum & Center for Tolerance and Education of Rockland will join with the Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center of Westchester to commemorate the 83rd Anniversary of Kristallnacht with a solidarity walk across the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge. Please join us as we walk together remembering and honoring the victims, survivors and rescuers of the Kristallnacht pogroms and the Holocaust. We will meet at the Westchester Landing, 333 South Broadway, Tarrytown, NY.

Kristallnacht, also called the "Night of Broken Glass," was a horrific, violent assault launched by the German Nazi government againstJews on November 7, 1938. Over the course of the two day pogrom, over 30,000 Jews were arrested, 91 Jews were brutally murdered and hundreds more were injured. Kristallnacht foreshadowed the terror and destruction of the Holocaust.

Holocaust Museum & Center for Tolerance and Education
and
Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center

Empowering Women Through Unity Series

Sisters and Friends. Wives and Neighbors. Wives and Mothers. The list goes on, yet the women in our lives are much greater than these titles could ever imply. They love us, inspire us, nurture us, and guide us in helping ourselves.

Each of us has a heroine in her life - and often more than one. The HMCTE Women's Circle brings these righteous women's stories to the fore and celebrates them. Together we have the unique opportunity to learn about the incredible work women are doing here in our communities and around the world. Then we work to support and amplify those good deeds wherever we can. Individually we are one drop, but together we are an ocean of numerous possibilities.

Join us, as our Women's Circle embarks on a movement to grow a sisterhood for a better tomorrow. Our wisdom, power and commitment are needed now more than ever before.

"Human greatness does not lay in wealth and power but in character and goodness"
-Anne Frank

We request a $36.00 donation for each program.

Empowering Women Through Unity Events

Zoom link will be sent upon registration

For more information please contact Holocaustrcc@gmail.com or 845-574-4099.

Thursday, December 9, 2021 | 7:00pm

Rebecca Walker
Author, feminist and activist
Daughter of renowned author Alice Walker
Author of Black, White, and Jewish

Rebecca Walker has contributed to the global conversation about race, gender, power, and the evolution of the human family for three decades. Since graduating from Yale, she has authored and edited seven bestselling books on subjects ranging from intergenerational feminism and multiracial identity to Black Cool and ambivalent motherhood, and written dozens of articles on topics as varied as Barack Obama's masculinity, the work of visual artist Ana Mendieta, and the changing configuration of the American family.

Rebecca has written, developed and produced film and television projects with Warner Brothers, NBCUniversal, Amazon, HBO, and Paramount, and spoken at over four hundred universities and corporate campuses internationally, including Harvard, The Whitney Museum, and TEDx Lund. When Rebecca was 21, she co-founded the Third Wave Fund, which makes grants to womxn and transgender youth working for social justice.

Rebecca has won many awards, including the Women Who Could Be President Award from the League of Women Voters, was named by Time Magazine as one of the most influential leaders of her generation, and continues to teach her masterclass, The Art of Memoir, at gorgeous and inspiring places around the world. Her newest book, an interactive journal called What's Your Story: A Guide to Everyday Evolution, is now available from Sounds True.