The goal of the Holocaust Center is to create a community that is free of anti-Semitism, racism, and all other forms of prejudice. This can happen only if future generations have the information and skills they need to overcome that “uncomfortable feeling” they get when they first meet someone who is different or odd.
During the war at least some Jews were saved by people who had the courage to intervene. We hope that their example encourages others to step up and speak out. Whether the issue is bullying, racist jokes, or standing by when others are being cruel, we want students to know how great an impact they can have on their world.
This was the theme of the 2010 Student Creative Arts contest. Winning entries can be viewed here as a PowerPoint file.
The diaries of young people written during the war provide a deeper understanding of the human cost of intolerance
Students in area public, private, and home schools are invited to enter the Yom HaShoah Creative Arts Contest
Don’t be a bystander – be an UPSTANDER! You can help end bullying in your school!
June 17 to June 21
Register Now for the Eighteenth Annual Teachers Institute
May 27, 2013
We will be closed for Memorial Day
June 2, 2013 at 4:00 PM
From Silence to Recognition – Confronting Discrimination in Emory’s Dental School History…
Monday - Thursday 9 AM - 4 PM
Friday 9 AM - 1 PM
Sunday 1 PM - 4 PM
No admission is charged for visiting the Center or for attending commemorative programs and films. Scheduled school group may limit access to some parts of the museum.
The Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Florida · 851 N Maitland Ave · Maitland, FL 32751 · Phone: 407-628-0555 · firstname.lastname@example.org