There are a variety of ways to connect with us digitally during this time when the Holocaust & Humanity Center is closed. You can take a virtual tour of the museum, discover your top character strengths, join our virtual book club, 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.
- Learn about the stories of local Holocaust survivors and witnesses as you virtually visit the site where Holocaust survivors arrived in Cincinnati to rebuild their lives. Click Here to take the virtual tour.
Virtual Book Club
- In April, we’ll read Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl together. Share your reflections as you read and view resources for engaging with the book in the Discussion Facebook Group.
- On Tuesday, April 28 at 11:00 AM, join us on Zoom to discuss the book! Register for the Zoom call here. View the Facebook Event here.
Livestreams and Talks
- On Wednesdays at 11:00 AM, the Holocaust Speaker Series will be online, featuring speakers presenting stories of life before, during, and after the Holocaust. The Holocaust Speaker Series is sponsored by Margaret and Michael Valentine. This week on Wednesday, April 1st at 11:00 AM, Andrea Herzig will share the story of her distant relative, Mordechai Anielewicz, leader of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Register for the Zoom talk here.
- You can expect livestreams of compelling talks with the museum’s curator and chief executive officer.
- Have a question about the museum or the Holocaust that you want to ask the staff? Tweet us, using the hashtag #AskHHC.
Listen to survivors share their personal histories through video testimony.
- HHC will share compelling testimonies from local survivors on Facebook every Thursday, with planned activities for viewers.
- You are invited to write notes to survivors living in the region; click here for more information.
Character Strengths Survey
- 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.
Holocaust Remembrance Week Essay Contest
- Students in grades 6-12 are invited to write essays to the prompt: “How will you continue to tell the stories of Holocaust survivors?” Winning essays will be read during an online Holocaust remembrance program in April. Click here for the full essay contest details.