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The Museum is in a race against time to collect and preserve original artifacts that document the experiences of Sephardic Jews during and immediately after the Holocaust. We are also seeking artifacts and testimony from other eyewitnesses to these events. To view collections related to Sephardic Jews during the Holocaust or to find out how to contact a curator about donating items to the...
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Tune in LIVE on Tuesday, December 6, at 7PM ET to view our program Genocide in an Age of Terror.

The Center for the Prevention of Genocide's director Cameron Hudson along with expert panelists will discuss the challenges of preventing atrocities and protecting civilians.

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Genocide in an Age of Terror: The Challenge of Protecting Civilians and Preventing Atrocities

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Today we celebrate Fanny Aizenberg, Holocaust survivor and Museum volunteer, as she turns 100 years old!

Everyone at #USHMM wishes Fanny a very Happy Birthday.

If you’d like to leave a birthday message for Fanny, comment below.
Our #GivingTuesday challenge was a success because of YOU! Thanks to you, we exceeded our goal of raising $25,000 in one day! Discover the impact we can make thanks to your support.
In December 1944, Raphael Lemkin coined the term “genocide” in his book “Axis Rule in Occupied Europe,” describing it as the destruction of a nation or ethnic group. Newspapers throughout the US began to use “genocide” to refer to the Nazi policy of extermination of European Jews. A paper in Nevada, citing Lemkin’s work, encouraged readers to “buy two copies” of Lemkin’s book: “One to read...
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“After attending a conference led by the Museum, I had the tools to use Holocaust history to spark important discussions in my classroom about hatred, fear of the other, and more. Now, my students are inspired by these lessons to be resilient and make the world a better place.”
- Shannon Allison
English Teacher, Shonto Preparatory High School

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Starting tonight at 8 p.m. EST, timed tickets will be available online for visits in March, April, and May of 2017. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Watch Holocaust survivor and USHMM volunteer Dora share her words of wisdom during a recent First Person program.

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Our #GivingTuesday challenge ends TONIGHT at midnight! We’re 87% of the way toward our $25,000 goal – but we need YOU in this final stretch. Donate now so we can build a better future together.

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#NeverAgainBeginsWithYou
When we say “Never Again Starts with You,” we mean it.

This #GivingTuesday, we’re challenging you to fight hate and antisemitism by helping us raise $25,000 in one day.
Accept our #GivingTuesday challenge, share the video, and donate now.

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#NeverAgainBeginsWithYou
When we say “Never Again Starts with You,” we mean it.

This #GivingTuesday, we’re challenging you to fight hate and antisemitism by helping us raise $25,000 in one day.

Accept our #GivingTuesday challenge, share the video, and donate now.

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#NeverAgainBeginsWithYou
Karl Stein, who was born on November 28, 1919, in Vienna, Austria, was an aspiring doctor. After the Nazi takeover of Austria in 1938, Karl was banned from studying at the University of Vienna Medical School because he was Jewish, and he began to search for a way to leave Austria. He fled to Luxembourg and contacted relatives in the United States who sent him an Affidavit of Support. He...
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Listen to Holocaust survivor and #USHMM volunteer Gideon share his advice for future generations.

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Each day #USHMM educates new generations about the critical lessons of the Holocaust and encourages the world to confront hatred and make a difference in their communities.

We are thankful for your support, which makes our work possible.

Thank you for visiting the Museum and helping us make a difference. #NeverAgainStartsWithYOU
The Museum is open today, but its offices, library, and archives are closed. Happy Thanksgiving! [ Bit.ly Link ]

Photo: Children performing in a Thanksgiving play for new immigrants, United States, 1947-1952. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society.
The Museum will be open tomorrow, but its offices, library, and archives will be closed. Happy Thanksgiving! [ Bit.ly Link ]

Photo: Captain Henry Gereke, a U.S. Army chaplain, reads a short sermon to the audience during a Thanksgiving Day service at the International Military Tribunal trial of war criminals at Nuremberg. Nuremberg, Germany, November 22, 1945. United States Holocaust Memorial...
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Join us at the University of Iowa at 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 29, when Erika Hughes will speak. In her lecture Performing Natality: Hannah Arendt, the Holocaust, and Theatre of Action, Hughes uses Hannah Arendt’s concept of natality to illustrate how performances about the Holocaust that prominently feature young protagonists might create a political theatre of action. This program is...
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