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VHM Stands with AHO Against Poland’s Holocaust Anti-Defamation Bill

July 11th, 2018– For Immediate Release: As a member of the Association of Holocaust Organizations (AHO), we at the Virginia Holocaust Museum stand with the

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Clara Daniels 1923–2018

April 13th, 2018– We at the Virginia Holocaust Museum are heartbroken to hear of the passing of Clara Daniels. A Holocaust Survivor from Hungary, she

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Salvaged Pages by Alexandra Zapruder

“Salvaged Pages” Performance at JCC

This Wednesday, VHM’s Director of Education, Megan Ferenczy, will be leading a discussion about what we can learn from survivor accounts following a production of

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Thank you Del. Debra Rodman!

We are touched and inspired by the words that were spoken by Delegate Rodman yesterday at the Virginia House of Delegates. Thank you for reminding

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Break Glass: Facilitating Conversations to End Hate

In conjunction with the LCVA’s Break Glass: The Art of V.L. Cox – A Conversation to End Hate exhibition, this workshop will provide educators with

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Dr. Sydnor to be featured on VA Currents

December 15th, 2017– Tune in to Virgina Currents Thursday, January 25th at 8 PM on WCVE|PBS to see VHM Senior Historian, Dr. Charles Sydnor, talk

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VHM Artifact Highlight: Political Prisoner Uniform

December 11th, 2017– Each act of passive and active resistance was a potential threat to the Third Reich. Not only could these acts physically impede

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VHM Artifact Highlight: Torahs

October 30th, 2017– Armed acts were not the only form of resistance during the Holocaust. The Third Reich’s attempt to eradicate Jews began by disrupting

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