February 25, 2016– Today we visited the Virginia General Assembly to talk about the importance of Holocaust education, and how delegates can show their support
February 3, 2016– Thanks to Dr. Christopher Browning for visiting the museum and talking to our docents and staff about his career as a Holocaust
February 1, 2016– This weekend we were honored to have Lithuanian Ambassador Rolandas Krisciunas and former US Ambassador Anne Derse visit the museum for a
January 27, 2016– 71 years ago today, Auschwitz was liberated by Soviet troops. January 27th was designated as the International Holocaust Remembrance Day by the
January 15, 2016– We’ve received our first artifact donation of 2016. This album consists of photos from a United Nations Displaced Person camp in Santa
January 5, 2016– Join us February 20th at 1:30pm for a talk with Hank Greenspan. Hank is a psychologist, playwright, and author who specializes in
December 30, 2015– Did you intend to visit our Auschwitz/Oświęcim exhibit this year, but could never make it? Good news, the exhibit has been extended
December 11, 2015– Teachers and students, it’s time for our annual Visual Arts Contest! This year we are asking students to create art around the
December 8, 2015– We are very saddened to learn that Fanya Pekar has passed away. Fanya was born on November 7, 1928 in Tomashpol, Ukraine.
November 27, 2015–This letter from Lina Eisenmann to her cousin Sam Binswanger shows the desperation of a German born Jew trying to escape Nazi Germany.