Auschwitz: More Than a Place

Every visit to Auschwitz yields a new sadness. With every season the camp reveals new secrets, an uncomfortable combination of inherent natural beauty and an overwhelming feeling of despair and darkness. In the summer, wildflowers grow and can be seen through the barbed wire. Animals...

Reflections on the Past and Present in Częstochowa

On October 4-13 I traveled with HHC board member Hagit Limor and her University of Cincinnati students as they conducted a project about Hagit’s father Moniek Limor, who was from Częstochowa, Poland. In addition to following Moniek’s experiences, I also found myself reflecting on the...

HHC Launches New Website

Welcome to the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center’s new website! On this site, you will find up-to-date and easy-to-find information about visiting our new museum at Union Terminal, attending an upcoming public program, bringing a speaker or traveling exhibit to your school,...