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.

Dimensions in Testimony Exhibit: Virtual Ribbon-Cutting Celebration
Thursday, February 4, 2021 | 4:00 pm | Zoom
The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center is proud to announce the opening of a new, permanent exhibit that utilizes artificial-intelligence technology to facilitate “virtual conversations” with Holocaust survivors. Join us for a digital ribbon-cutting ceremony, which will include remarks from Sarah L. Weiss, chief executive officer of the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center, in addition to a conversation with Fritzie Fritzshall, a Holocaust survivor whose recorded testimony is included in the Dimensions in Testimony exhibit. There will also be a demonstration of the technology. While the exhibit is an in-person experience, we will host the celebratory gathering digitally to ensure social distancing. Register Here

Hate at Home: Antisemitism and Why it Matters Today
Thursday, February 11, 2021 | 4:00 pm | Zoom
There is a rising tide of hate and polarization in America and beyond. One need only to look at the recent attack on the Capitol to see hate and antisemitism on display. Recently released data crimes shows hate crimes at a 16-year high, according to the FBI. The most recent study on antisemitism by the ADL shows that the number of incidents in 2019 were the highest since they began reporting in 1979. Ohio is not immune to this current trend. Join the HHC and the Jewish Community Relations Council of Cincinnati as we discuss how antisemitism has changed over time. From the Holocaust in Europe to contemporary antisemitism and hate in our own state, be inspired to combat antisemitism and other forms of extremism in your own communities. 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: January 2021
January 27: Anna Ornstein

Register here for the Holocaust Speaker Series: February 2021
February 3: Rosette
February 10: Abraham Peck
February 17: Andrea Herzig
February 24: TBD

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.

Educator Workshop: Defining and Teaching Genocide Part 1
Saturday, January 30, 2021 | 10:00 am | Zoom
What is genocide? The word, coined by Raphael Lemkin, describes the mass murder of the Armenians in World War I and what took place during the Holocaust. The word was created to ensure that those who committed the crimes that took place during these events could be fully prosecuted under the crime of genocide. The definition was also to be applied as a warning to prevent future atrocities. This workshop will explore the definition of the word, how it has been used to help teachers educate their students about genocide, and how it relates to the Holocaust and future and past mass atrocities. We will also explore rationale for teaching genocide and share resources to help you achieve your goals. Register Here

Educator Open House: You Are Upstanders!
An Event to Celebrate Teachers
Wednesday, February 10, 2021 | 4:00 pm | Zoom
We want to welcome in 2021 by thanking you for all you do as educators. Everyone who registers will be entered into a drawing for prizes to show our appreciation. We will also highlight new resources and upcoming programs as well as have time to talk with one another about how we are doing and what we are looking forward to in 2021. Register Here to register. 

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.