“If we do not talk about it, if we do not remember, then the world will never know. And that has made me speak about it.”

—Henry Meyer, Holocaust Survivor


Crystal Night Sculpture at CHHE

On Sunday, November 10, 2013 The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education unveiled Maria Lugossy’s exquisite, award-winning glass sculpture, Crystal Night. November 10th not only marked the 75th anniversary of the Kristallnacht pogrom, but also this sculpture’s North American debut. You can see it on display at The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education throughout the summer, M-F 10am –...
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‘Rescue’ Education Guide & Film

Thanks to generous support from the Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati, The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education is excited to announce its newest educational guide, Rescue in the Philippines: Refuge from the Holocaust, to accompany the 30-minute classroom film version of the original one-hour series produced by 3Roads Communications. The educational guide, geared toward students in grades...
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Calling for Recipes

From family dinners to special events and holidays, one bite food can take us back to another time and place. The food prepared by Holocaust survivors and their families represents decades of culture and tradition. The Center for Holocaust & Humanity Education (CHHE) hopes to keep this tradition alive for generations to come by collecting recipes of Holocaust survivors and their families....
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Medical Warriors & Resistors

Medical Warriors & Resistors during the Holocaust: A Study of Moral Courage   A Conversation with Dr. Cheyenne Martin   Tuesday, June 17, 2014 – 7:30pm   Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Church 5950 Montgomery Road Cincinnati, OH 45213   This program is presented in memory of Mrs. Trudy Coppel. A loving nurse, wife, mother, sister and friend, she will always be remembered for...
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Ohio Holocaust Memorial

On Monday, June 1st, Governor John R. Kasich dedicated a memorial on the Statehouse grounds, in memory of the victims of the Holocaust, and honoring survivors and liberators. This memorial, designed by David Libeskind, designer of the Berlin Jewish Museum, is now one of seven memorials on the Statehouse grounds. Keynote presenter was Professor Deborah Lipstadt of Emory University. Her poignant...
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