Written by Brianna Connock, Marketing & Outreach Associate
Did you know you can hear Holocaust survivors and their descendants share their inspiring stories every week? If not – you’re missing out! Here is everything you need to know about our weekly Holocaust Speaker Series, sponsored by Margaret & Michael Valentine in partnership with the Harriet and Kenneth Kupferberg Holocaust Center and the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage.
You Can Join From Anywhere
The Holocaust Speaker Series is held on Wednesdays at 11 a.m. on Zoom – with some special in-person or upstander editions. That means you can join in and listen to these stories of resilience and survival from anywhere in the world. To see the full calendar of events and to register, visit our Events Calendar.
Taking Part is Free
There is no charge for registration to listen in on the Speaker Series – however donations to our mission of ensuring the lessons of the Holocaust inspire action today are encouraged. You can register for an event directly on the event page.
Watch the Speaker Series Live
In addition to Zoom, the Holocaust Speaker Series is livestreamed on our Facebook. Simply hop on and head over to the Holocaust & Humanity Center Facebook page to listen to that day’s speaker.
Watch Past Speakers on Our Website
Are you busy at 11 a.m.? Don’t worry – every past Holocaust Speaker Series is uploaded to our website after the event. Visit our Digital Program Archive to view our past speakers and see what you missed.
Stories are Diverse and Engaging
The Holocaust Speaker Series and the stories they feature are always changing. Whether the speaker is a Holocaust survivor, a descendant sharing their family member’s story, or an upstander sharing how they work to make the world a better place today, you can be sure to leave having learned something new and feeling inspired.
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ABOUT THE NANCY & DAVID WOLF HOLOCAUST & HUMANITY CENTER
The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center exists to ensure the lessons of the Holocaust inspire action today. Located at Cincinnati’s historic Union Terminal, HHC impacts more than 2.5 million people every year through digital and in-person events, museum tours, educational experiences, social media, and virtual content. From Australia to India, individuals from more than 25 countries and 30 states engage with our mission. For more information, visit www.holocaustandhumanity.org.