Traveling Exhibit: THERE'S JUST US
By Alec R. Hosterman, Ph.D.
July 18 – December 30, 2022
August 11 and 12, 2022, marks the five-year anniversary of the Unite the Right rally that shook the quiet, central Virginia city of Charlottesville. The Virginia Holocaust Museum is honored and privileged to exhibit There’s Just Us, a photo series by Alec R. Hosterman who was there to document the protests over that weekend.
There’s Just Us represents the struggle Hosterman saw when communities fight hate and bigotry; of the collective voices that were brave enough to stand up against all odds. It aims to remind us that we are never alone in the struggle for diversity and inclusion. Together, we can remember those voices who were silenced all too soon and make this world a better place to live.
Coming Up Sunday:
Watch for Free on:
PBS.org & PBS Video app
THE U.S. AND THE HOLOCAUST, a new three-part, six-hour series directed and produced by Ken Burns, Lynn Novick and Sarah Botstein, explores America’s response to one of the greatest humanitarian crises of the 20th century. The series will air on September 18, 19 and 20, from 8-10 p.m. All three episodes can be streamed for free on PBS.org and the PBS Video app.
Community Film Screening
Nov. 15th at VHM
We are partnering with Virginia Public Media to host a “The U.S. and the Holocaust” screening event and follow-up panel discussion on November 15 at the museum. While the full panel is still being finalized, we can share that acclaimed author and scholar Richard H. Gillette, award-winning journalist Michael Paul Williams and reporter and podcast host Molly Noe-Payne will be panelists. More Details to Follow!