There are a variety of ways to connect with the Holocaust & Humanity Center online. You can take a virtual tour of the museum, participate in online programs, discover your top character strengths, read our blog, and more! View the resources on this page for the latest digital engagement opportunities and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to stay in the know. Visit the Events page to see the comprehensive listing of upcoming digital events.

Take a virtual or in-person tour of the Holocaust & Humanity Center to learn about the stories of local Holocaust survivors and witnesses. Learn more about planning your museum visit here. To take a virtual tour of the museum, click here.

Visit the EVENTS PAGE to see a comprehensive listing of upcoming digital events.

A Prisoner’s Voice: Poetry of Psychological Resistance
Wednesday, April 21, 2021 | 12:00 PM | Zoom
Farewell, Auschwitz
provides a glimpse into prisoner life in one of the darkest chapters of human history, and brings to life the power of music and poetry to bring light to despair. Krystyna Zywulska was a Polish political prisoner at the Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp in Nazi-occupied Poland from 1943 to her escape in 1945. While imprisoned, Zywulska wrote lyrics and set them to familiar folk, classical, and popular tunes from the period, and prisoners performed the resulting songs and shared the words as a means of coping with the horrors of the camp. Before imprisonment, Zywulska had not written a single song; Nazi oppression appears to have inspired her creative blossoming. Register Here

The Al and Jane Miller Fund Launch Celebration
Thursday, April 22, 2021 | 7:00 PM | Zoom
Join HHC for the launch of the Al and Jane Miller Fund, a new fund to support educational partnerships with students and educators in the Hamilton, OH area. Together, we will honor Al and Jane Miller, celebrate their impact in the community, and introduce this exciting new initiative that will engage future generations in carrying forward the stories and lessons of the Holocaust. Register Here

Intergenerational Trauma, Memory, and Stories Carried Forward ft. Dr. Marianne Hirsch
Tuesday, May 4, 2021 | 7:00 PM | Zoom
How is trauma transmitted across generations and how do descendants of Holocaust survivors and other atrocities remember these events? Join us to hear Dr. Marianne Hirsch speak on intergenerational trauma and memory. Hirsch coined the term “postmemory” to describe how descendants of Holocaust survivors experienced the trauma of their forebears. Using the lenses of visual culture and gender, Hirsch will reveal how intergenerational trauma plays a role in the stories and memories that are carried forward and remembered. Register Here

On Wednesdays at 11:00 AM, the digital Holocaust Speaker Series features speakers presenting stories of life before, during, and after the Holocaust.

Register here for the Holocaust Speaker Series: April and May 2021

April 21: Al Miller and Steve Coppel
April 28: Cheryl Hecht

May 5: Roni Berenson 
May 12: Sandy Kaltman
May 19: Dr. Edith Eva Eger
May 26: Joel Nahari

Click here if you would like to receive an e-mail with the Speaker Series link each week.

Generously sponsored by Margaret and Michael Valentine and presented in partnership with the Kupferberg Holocaust Center and Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage.

Keep up to date on HHC’s latest News & Notes, HHC’s blog! New posts will be available periodically. You can also follow HHC on Medium to see our latest content. Watch compelling videos, including highlights from past digital offerings, on HHC’s Vimeo page.

In this unique time, take the VIA Character Strengths survey to determine what your top character strengths are and how you can leverage them to address challenges and make a difference. CLICK HERE to take the survey.

For more information about educator resources, please visit the Educator Programs and Resources Page.

Roma & Sam Kaltman Holocaust Studies for Educators 2021
Studies show that students who study the Holocaust are more empathetic, caring and demonstrate higher critical thinking skills. The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center has the expertise and resources to help you effectively teach the Holocaust. Learn the most effective and engaging techniques for teaching the Holocaust in your classroom. From June 14 through June 30, HHC will host live Zoom sessions featuring renowned Holocaust scholars like Doris Bergen. While the institute is designed for secondary educators, it is open to anyone who is teaching or plans to teach about the Holocaust. The institute takes an interdisciplinary approach to the Holocaust. Click Here to learn more.

Digital Engagement Guide (Updated January 2021)
Are you an educator or parent looking for substantive digital content? HHC’s Digital Engagement Guide is designed to help you navigate and make the most of HHC’s digital offerings. Click Here to view the guide.