Skip to main content

UPCOMING EVENTS

HOLOCAUST COMMEMORATION, EDUCATION
& TOLERANCE PROGRAMS

International Holocaust Remembrance Day

From Awareness to Action:
Confronting Antisemitism At Home and Abroad

January 27, 2022 at 6 pm

Virtual Event: Register via Zoom

In commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, join Dr. Robert Williams, Deputy Director for International Affairs at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, for a discussion about how current conspiracy theories and tropes fuel antisemitism domestically and internationally, as well as how and why Holocaust education is one of many ways to combat it. Dr. Williams sits on the steering committee of the Global Task Force on Holocaust Distortion, and served for four years as chair of the Committee on Antisemitism and Holocaust Denial at the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance

HMCTE and HAAC Present
Better Together

Celebrating Black History Month

Tuesday, February 15, 2022 at 12:30 - 1:30 pm

Virtual event via Zoom

Moderated by Virginia Norfleet, Andrea Winograd, Carol Berkman and Linda Suss

Please RSVP to holocaustrcc@gmail.com or Virginia@thehaac.com to receive zoom link.

Looking forward to seeing everyone!

Better Together event flyer

HMCTE and HAAC Present
Shared Legacies Film Screening

In Honor of Black History Month

Thursday, February 24, 2022 at 7 - 9 pm

Hybrid event
In person in the Ellipse Theater in the Technology Center at Rockland Community College and virtually via Zoom

Moderated by Virginia Norfleet and Andrea Winograd

Please register for limited seating or to receive the Zoom link.

Due to COVID restrictions, masks are required inside all buildings on the RCC campus.

More about the film at menemshafilms.com/shared-legacies.

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.