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Monday, January 16, is Martin Luther King, Jr., Day. The Museum will be open during regular hours, but its archives, library, and offices will be closed. [ Ushmm.org Link ]
The Museum will host a commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day on January 27, 2017, at 11 AM EDT. The program will feature remarks from the Honorable Björn Lyrvall, ambassador of Sweden to the United States, a Holocaust survivor, and a candle-lighting ceremony and victims’ names reading.

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Become a leader in Holocaust education. Apply NOW for the 2017 Museum Teacher Fellowship program that seeks to train leaders in the field of Holocaust education. The Fellows are a national corps of skilled educators who assist the Museum’s efforts to promote quality Holocaust education.

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"I found something!"

Our Museum recently received a donation from the late Holocaust survivor, Otto Feuer. Feuer's sons, Michael and Peter graciously donated Otto's uniform.

Watch what our curator found during the donation.

To learn more about how you can donate to #USHMM, visit [ Bit.ly Link ]
We are pleased to announce that President Barack Obama has appointed Ray Allen as a member of the United States Holocaust Memorial Council.

Listen to his Voices on Antisemitism interview as he reflects on #USHMM. [ Bit.ly Link ]
It’s our mission to safeguard the truth as our Museum collection is expected to double in size over the next decade. We are currently building our new state-of-the-art David and Fela Shapell Center which will serve as a vital hub of activity supporting acquisition, preservation, access, and educational use of our collection.

Learn more about the Shapell Center: [ Bit.ly Link ]
The Rohingya minority in Burma has been targeted for violence and discrimination for decades. A new video -- a brazen recording by one police officer of his fellow officers beating members of this Muslim minority group -- has recently surfaced. It illustrates the kinds of abuses faced by the Rohingya, who are at risk of genocide.

Learn more about the Rohingya, visit [ Bit.ly Link ]
#LA - Join us on 2/2/17 California African American Museum for a discussion about the intersection of sports and politics from 1936 to the present day. Register now → [ Bit.ly Link ]
On January 7, 1920, Leo Yeni was born in Milan, Italy, to Isak and Pia Della Torre Yeni. In 1943, as the persecution of Jews in Italy continued to worsen, he fled to Switzerland, where the authorities placed him in an internment camp. In this episode of Curators Corner from 2015, Kyra Schuster shares the artwork Leo created to document life in the camp with his fellow refugees. [ Bit.ly Link ]
During liberation, Francis Fife, member of the 4th infantry division, was presented paper flowers made from German stationary by a Holocaust survivor. After the war, Fife placed the flowers on his desk where they remained ever since.

Today, thanks to the recent donation by the Fife family, these flowers have been donated to the Museum. The Museum is working in more than 40 countries...
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Join us Thursday, January 5, at 7 p.m., when Victoria Barnett speaks at Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, Alabama. Dr. Barnett is the director of the Museum's Programs on Ethics, Religion, and the Holocaust and is also the general editor of The Complete Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works, the English translation of the critical edition of Bonhoeffer’s writings. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Thank you for helping us start off strong in 2017!

Because of your generous donations, we will be able to reach millions of people around the world to inspire them to think and act differently in the face of hatred and antisemitism. See the impact of your gifts here: [ Youtube.com Link ]
Happy New Year! We are open regular hours today (10 am to 5:20 pm).

Image: A new year's card decorated with an illustration of a barracks, guard tower, and fence that Menachem Mendel Lichtenstein sent from the Beaune-la-Rolande internment camp. Beaune-la-Rolande, France, 1941. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Israel Lichtenstein.
Last chance to have your gift matched! There are less than 24 hours left to have your gift doubled. Help us respond to the dangers of today’s world by teaching critical lessons about standing up to unchecked hate. Your gift will be matched dollar-for-dollar until midnight TONIGHT. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Double the impact of your gift by TONIGHT at midnight! There are less than 24 hours left to have your year-end gift doubled. Help us teach critical lessons about the consequences of remaining silent in the face of unchecked hate. Your gift will be matched dollar-for-dollar until midnight TONIGHT. [ Bit.ly Link ]
“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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Two days left to have your gift matched! There are just two days left to have your donation to the Museum matched, doubling the impact of your gift. Help us expand our critical work to fight hatred and antisemitism in 2017. Donate now. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Join Museum leadership and supporters from the South Florida region to learn more about our urgent work to keep Holocaust memory alive in a constantly changing world. #WhatYouDoMatters

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Double your impact through December 31! A generous donor has offered to match every donation dollar-for-dollar through December 31. Donate now to help us confront hatred and antisemitism and double your gift. [ Bit.ly Link ]