Our Witness to History Project – Survivor Presentations provide Delaware Valley students and adults the opportunity to hear first-hand testimony from one of our Holocaust Survivors, Liberators, or Resistors. These eyewitnesses are the richest and...Read More "Survivor Presentation"
Witness To History Project
The Witness To History Project is designed to further the message and lessons of the Holocaust through direct interaction between students and Holocaust survivors. Participants adopt a survivor by learning their unique account by listening to them...Read More "Witness To History Project"
Anne Frank Theater Project
The Anne Frank Theater Project is interactive experience that encourages critical thinking, compassion, and inquiry. The two plays offered are age appropriate for audiences ranging from 6th grade students to adults. The performances are appropriate...Read More "Anne Frank Theater Project"
Virtual Tours & Exhibitions
Tours Our Museum houses the largest public collection of personal Holocaust artifacts in Philadelphia belonging to survivors, liberators, and resistors and their families and is open to the public. They tell individual stories of pre-war European...Read More "Virtual Tours & Exhibitions"
Growth Prompts Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center to Relocate In the wake of substantial programming growth and donations of artifacts over the last decade,...Read More "Growth Prompts Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center to Relocate"
Survey finds ‘shocking’ lack of Holocaust knowledge among Millennials and Gen Z Sixty-three percent of those surveyed did not know 6 million Jews were murdered...Read More "Survey finds ‘shocking’ lack of Holocaust knowledge among Millennials and Gen Z"
Holocaust education, Survivor testimony leads to ’empathy, tolerance’ THE QUESTIONNAIRE, SAMPLED 1,500 COLLEGE STUDENTS BETWEEN THE AGES OF 18 AND 24. SOME OF THE STUDENTS...Read More "Holocaust education, Survivor testimony leads to ’empathy, tolerance’"