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Cincinnati lifts ordinary people to solve big problems

Find Cincinnati events near you this week: Sept. 12-18

Sarah Weiss steps down as CEO of Holocaust & Humanities Center after 18 years. What’s next?

Cincinnati Museum offering free admission next Saturday, part of Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day

Cincinnati Museum Center to have free admission Sept. 17 to celebrate Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day

Cincinnati Museum Center traveling exhibits on display this fall

Top 9 things to do in the Tri-State this weekend

Things to do in Cincinnati this week: Events, concerts and more from May 30-June 5 Things to Do: Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust and Humanity Center

Barhorst attends Governor’s Holocaust Commemoration

Two years into the pandemic, Greater Cincinnati arts and cultural institutions persevere

Ready for a night at the museum? Upstander Awards Party celebrates changemakers

DeWine: Holocaust lessons important amid rising antisemitism

Ahead of Governor’s May 9 Holocaust Commemoration, Cincinnati Survivor Talks About the Pain that Remains

‘Our Shared Story’: Cincinnati Museum Center exhibit celebrates 200 years of local Jewish history

Celebrating community: Exhibits hail 200 years of Jewish contributions in Cincinnati

Cincinnati Museum Center hosts ‘Our Shared Story: 200 Years of Jewish Cincinnati’ exhibition

‘This is how you’re going to change the world’: Using Holocaust education to end bullying

Holocaust survivor shares his story

Top 5 things to do in Cincinnati this weekend: April 29-May 1


Cincinnati Holocaust Museum receives $18 million anonymous donation

Holocaust & Humanity Center gifted ‘transformational’ $18 million from anonymous donor

Holocaust and Humanity Center receives $18 million from anonymous donor

Holocaust & Humanity Center receives largest gift in its 22-year history

Illinois Holocaust Museum, 16 Others Condemn ‘War Crimes’ In Ukraine

St. Louis Holocaust Museum, 16 others condemn ‘War Crimes’ In Ukraine

Holocaust museums in four countries condemn Russian war crimes

New Holocaust museum designs show ‘beacon of hope’ above $45 million Orlando building

17 Museums Across the World Release Joint Statement Condemning Russian War Crimes in Ukraine

Things to do in Cincinnati this week: April 11-17


Every Freshman within Cincinnati Public Schools to Visit Holocaust Museum

“Ritchie Boy” driven from Nazi Germany to discuss his experience working with U.S. Military Intelligence during WWII

Why 2 Cincinnati museums are closed temporarily

Cincinnati Museum Center, Freedom Center closed through next week due to systemwide failure

Cincinnati Museum Center, Freedom Center temporarily close due to systemwide failure

Fort Thomas Education Foundation has been on patrol this week — with surprise grants to teachers

Movers & Makers Cincinnati March 2022 Digital Edition

Democracy & The Arts: A lecture delivered in speech and dance

Things to do in Cincinnati this Week: Feb 7-13

Cincinnati’s Jewish film festival ‘a compelling way to tell stories’

Live to tell: A few who survived the Holocaust remember so that others do not forget

Opinion: It’s time to stand up against antisemitism

Holocaust & Humanity Center Honors Holocaust Remembrance Day with Testimony of Anne Frank’s Stepsister

Holocaust & Humanity Center to revamp Institute on Teaching The Holocaust

‘These Comparisons Are Increasingly Dangerous’: COVID-19 Skeptics’ Disturbing Obsession With the Holocaust

ADL Cleveland launches 2022 Glass Leadership Institute cohort

Holocaust center exhibit allows guests to ‘speak’ with Anne Frank’s stepsister

CityBeat: Anne Frank’s Stepsister to Give Talk at Cincinnati’s Holocaust & Humanity Center in January

CityBeat: Anne Frank’s Stepsister to Give Talk at Cincinnati’s Holocaust & Humanity Center in January

WLWT: Stepsister of Anne Frank to share her story live at Cincinnati’s Holocaust museum

Cleveland Jewish News: Posthumous stepsister of Anne Frank to speak Jan 26 at Cincinnati event

Ohio News Time: Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Cincinnati Museum Center Hosts COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for Children

CityBeat: Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Cincinnati Museum Center to Host COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for Kids

Rapport to discuss grandfather’s Holocaust journey Dec. 29

A Year to Celebrate 200: Cincinnati’s Jewish community marks its bicentennial

Cincinnati Enquirer: Cincinnati Museum Center offers free admission to children who are vaccinated against COVID-19

WLWT: Cincinnati Museum Center offering free tickets to vaccinated kids

Fox 19: Cincinnati Museum Center offering free tickets to vaccinated children

Survivors warn of ‘perils of ignorance and hate’ on 83rd anniversary of Kristallnacht

Past Lessons for Present Change: Sarah Weiss

TripSavvy Editor’s Choice Award: Best for History Buffs

Veterans Day events in Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky

‘Hate at Home’ event addresses growing problem of violent extremism and how to stop it

‘Need, narrative, network’ helps people fall prey to extremist movements, expert says

Violent extremism is on the rise. How to prevent people from turning to hateful ideologies

NKY Chamber’s Regional Youth Leadership Program Receives $30,000 Grant

Maltz Museum Holocaust, genocide exhibit opens Oct. 27

Does Chappelle Get a Free Pass on Hate?

Jewish Skeptics of Critical Race Theory Say Holocaust Education Law No Deterrent

Maltz presents ‘Stories of Survival: Object. Image. Memory.’

Opinion: Resolve our disagreements without such hateful acts

Coalition fighting hate crimes expanding local service offerings

Past Lessons for Present Change: Sarah Weiss

Technology Keeps Real-Time Conversations with Survivors Alive

Opinion: Holocaust Comparisons in Politics Must Stop

Cincinnati Organization Combatting Hate Crimes Expands

Spread of Misinformation ‘Pandemic within a Pandemic,’ German Counsel Says

Holocaust museum CEO: Massie’s tweet comparing vaccine requirements to Holocaust is ‘dangerous’

Western’s Ray Wolpow Institute to co-host workshop for students and faculty

CEO of local nonprofit named to Ohio Holocaust commission

Bakers worldwide rally to fight antisemitism, raise funds for Cincinnati’s Holocaust museum

‘Hope After Hate’: A father’s Holocaust ordeal evolves into play, multimedia experience

Nationwide Bake a Stand: A Bake Sale to End Antisemitism Raises Funds for Cincinnati’s Holocaust & Humanity Center

Cincinnati’s Jewish community takes a stand against incidents of antisemitism

Bake sale to combat antisemitism draws high-profile Jewish foodies, few non-Jewish allies

US bake sale against antisemitism draws Jewish foodies, few non-Jewish allies

Explore these indoor Cincinnati attractions this summer

West Bloomfield baker hosts online fundraiser to fight antisemitism

‘We are Cincinnati’: People rally against hate towards Asian Americans Sunday afternoon

‘Hope After Hate’: A father’s Holocaust ordeal evolves into play, multimedia experience

Playhouse in the Park Announces In-Person Performances and Streaming Shows for Spring 2021

Cincinnati Playhouse announces new events for spring

Playhouse in the Park tests waters with in-person shows after year-plus drought

4 PM: Gov. Mike DeWine hosts the 41st Annual Governor’s Holocaust Commemoration

Finneytown Army veteran still can’t talk about concentration camp liberation 76 years later

DeWine to discuss Holocaust education during Yom Hashoah commemoration

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s Holocaust Commemoration Slated for April 8

HHC featured in Best of Cincinnati for “Best Use of Artificial Intelligence in an Exhibit”

10 Ways to Celebrate Women’s History Month in Cincinnati

Celebrate Women’s History Month with These Local Events

Things to do in Cincinnati: March 15-21

Holocaust & Humanity Center to add new, permanent exhibit at Union Terminal

Culture FIX: Feb 3-9, 2021

Holocaust and Humanity Center Opens New Interactive Exhibit of Holocaust Testimony

Holocaust exhibit creates conversational-like experience with survivor

Holocaust and Humanity Center adds new AI exhibit featuring survivors

Top 5 things to do in Cincinnati this weekend: Feb. 5-7

New Holocaust & Humanity Center Exhibit Allows You To Talk To A Holocaust Survivor

Things to do in Cincinnati this week: Feb 1-7

WORTH THE DRIVE: New exhibit uses technology to keep the conversations going with Holocaust survivors

New Holocaust center exhibit lets guests ‘talk’ with survivors

Holocaust & Humanity Center to Add New Exhibit at Union Terminal, Cincinnati

JRA partners with Holocaust & Humanity Center to present new AI exhibit

Senate passes bill to create Holocaust memorial, education commission – Cleveland Jewish News

McCrabb: 8-year-old girl who helps the homeless wise beyond her years

Opinion: Now is the moment to find your reason why

Ohio Museums Link Up To Create Statewide Holocaust Education Campaign

Maltz, Cincinnati museums launch statewide Holocaust education program

Opinion: Young people think Holocaust education is important – Cincinnati Enquirer

Campaign for Holocaust education for Ohio students, public – WLWT

Ohio Campaign Providing Holocaust Education To The Public – CBS Pittsburgh

Maltz, Cincinnati museums launch statewide Holocaust education program – Cleveland Jewish News

Maltz Museum teams with Cincinnati humanity center for ‘Stop the Hate Ohio’ – Cleveland Plain-Dealer

Ohio museums join together for Holocaust Education Campaign – WLWT

Virtual classes, services and offerings, starting October 15 – Cleveland Jewish News

Holocaust education required in some states — but not Ohio – Cleveland Plain-Dealer

Streaming Jewish Programs – San Diego Jewish World

Holocaust & Humanity Center’s 20th Anniversary – FOX19

Things to Do This Weekend: July 27-Aug.2 – Cincinnati Enquirer

The Holocaust and Humanity Center Keeps Local Survivors’ Stories Visible – Cincinnati Magazine

Inside Our Home Grown Issue: PODCAST – Cincinnati Magazine

Virtual classes, services and offerings, starting August 5 – Cleveland Jewish News

Opinion: Arts groups need meaningful financial relief to survive – Cincinnati Enquirer

Things to do in Cincinnati this week, July 12-18 – The Cincinnati Enquirer

Ohioans who don’t want to venture too far this summer still have lots of fun options – The Columbus Dispatch

Everything But The House to auction off unique arts experiences

Top 5 things to do this weekend: July 17-19 – Cincinnati Enquirer

Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal Reopens – FOX19

Streaming Jewish lectures: July 19-23 – San Diego Jewish World

 Queen City Opera blends classic works with social issues – remotely – Cincinnati Business Courier 

Cincinnati Museum Center reopens today – Cincinnati Enquirer

Holocaust survivor, 97, honored with home visit in Warren County – WCPO

Holocaust survivor, 97, honored with home visit in Warren County – Journal-News

Local Holocaust survivor surprised with socially distant celebration – Local 12

Cincinnati Museum Center announces reopening date, changes – Local 12

Cincinnati Museums — Like All of Them — Release Their Reopening Plans – CityBeat

Cincinnati Museum Center plans to reopen on July 17 – WLWT

CMC and the Holocaust & Humanity Center to reopen with increased safety protocol – Cincinnati Parent

Museums at Cincinnati Union Terminal set reopening date – Trains Magazine

Museum reopenings: What we know about Cincinnati museum plans – Cincinnati Enquirer

Zoo, area museums set re-opening plans – Movers and Makers

10 Steps You Can Take to Fight for Inclusive Freedom Today – The Freedom Center Blog

Cincy Today! Museum reopenings – Cincy Magazine

Ease back into traveling with a Midwest getaway – Chicago Daily Herald

The rise of Nazi Germany: Part one, as told by a local Holocaust survivor – Soapbox Media

Ease back into traveling with a Midwest getaway – The Daily Herald

#AAMvirtual: the museum community goes online – BLOOLOOP.COM

Reds mailbag: Expanded rosters, catchers’ futures and to DH or not to DH – The Athletic 

Holocaust Speaker Series Via Zoom: Conrad Weiner – ONCINCY.COM

Cincinnati community leaders to discuss anti-Semitism – The Cleveland Jewish News

Here are the best virtual events happening this week – The Cincinnati Enquirer

COVID-19 used as new cover for increase in anti-Semitism – The Cleveland Jewish News

Like the World Depends on It – The Huntingtonian

Virtual classes, services and offerings: April 7-8 – The Cleveland Jewish News

Virtual classes, services and offerings: April 22-23 – The Cleveland Jewish News

Opinion: In challenging times, we can all be upstanders – The Cincinnati Enquirer

The Liberation Ball at Union Terminal – FOX19 (ran on TV)

Coronavirus closures and cancellations in the Tri-State – FOX19 (ran on TV)

LIST: Local events that are canceled or postposed due to COVID-19 – WCPO

These museums are closing their doors due to coronavirus – The Cincinnati Enquirer (ran in print)

Coronavirus notebook: Museums, libraries close; free Wi-Fi offered to students – The Business Courier

Greater Cincinnati museums offer virtual exhibitions, programming – The Business Courier

Holocaust & Humanity Center Hosts Digital Holocaust Speaker Series – CityBeat

Best of Cincinnati: Best Addition to Cincinnati’s Historic Union Terminal – CityBeat

Holocaust and Humanity Center Kicks Off New Monthly Series Spotlighting Local Holocaust Survivor Stories – CityBeat

Cincinnati center, the only dedicated Holocaust museum in Ohio, combats growing anti-Semitism – The Cincinnati Enquirer

Emmett Till and Anne Frank meet as decades collide on stage at Freedom Center – The Cincinnati Enquirer

Youth program takes educational trip to Cincinnati museum

HHC celebrates one-year anniversary at Union Terminal (ran in print) – Movers and Makers

Exposing Hatred, Embracing Peace – The Dayton Daily News

Champion students learn about Holocaust – Tribune Chronicle

Things to Do in the Cincinnati Region – Cincinnati USA

Holocaust and Humanity Celebrating One Year at Union Terminal – FOX19 Morning News

What to Do/Hear/See: Jan. 22-28 – Movers & Makers

The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center celebrates one year at Union Terminal – Soapbox Cincinnati

WC students learn from Holocaust survivor – News Journal

Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park Summer Theatre Camps Are Now on Sale –

Holocaust and Humanity Center celebrates one year at Union Terminal – The Cincinnati Enquirer

Opinion: Holocaust lessons remain relevant with antisemitism on the rise – The Cincinnati Enquirer

Top things to do in Cincinnati this weekend: Jan. 23-26 – WCPO

Holocaust Rescue in the Philippines –

Family of local Auschwitz survivor shares his story on anniversary of liberation –