• United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

  • The USHMM was chartered by Congress in 1980 and opened in 1993 in Washington, D.C.  Millions globally have visited the museum.Its outreach includes, podcasts, traveling exhibitions, educational programs, and materials

  • Facing History and Ourselves National Foundation,Inc.

  • An international, educational organization whose mission is to engage students of diverse backgrounds in an examination of racism, prejudice and anti-Semitism in order to promote the development of a more humane and informed citizenry.

  • Florida Holocaust Museum

  • A museum, resource and educational center that promotes educational outreach., It provides  a speakers’ bureau, teaching trunks, teacher training and curriculum development. The museum publishes a newsletter and provides traveling exhibitions.

  • Fortunoff Video Archive For Holocaust Testimony

  • The largest oral archive of survivor and witness testimonies, it provides interviewer training and provide a library of video materials for scholars and researchers.

  • USC Shoah Foundation Institute For Visual History and Education

  • This is the largest visual history archive in the world, providing thousands of video testimonies in 32 languages from 56 countries that represent the diverse victims of the Holocaust. The institute develops educational products and programs for use in many countries in many languages.

  • World Federation of Jewish Child Survivors of the Holocaust (FJCSH)

  • Established in 1997, this is the worldwide umbrella organization of 49 Child-Survivor groups in 16 countries, 26 groups in the U.S. It publishes a yearly newsletter: MISHPOCHA, and coordinates annual conferences and provides a network for child survivor and second generation individuals and groups. In addition there are research assistance for teachers and students as well as a speakers’ bureau and Remembrance Projects.

  • Yad Vashem

  • Based in Jerusalem, this is the largest Holocaust Memorial Museum in the world. Its goal is to perpetuate the memory of the victims of the Shoah. It is at the center of honoring the RIGHTEOUS AMONG THE NATIONS who risked their lives to save Jews during the Holocaust.
    The museum’s outreach includes scholarly conferences, exhibitions, and teacher training to educators and institutions throughout the world.

  • Simon Wiesenthal Center/Museum of Tolerance

  • Based in Los Angeles with branches throughout the world, the center was established in 1977 to serve the community by providing diverse programs that include oral histories, film libraries, several publications, curriculum development, and educational outreach programs on prejudice and diversity in defense of human rights. Its children’s book award is given to students for responses on the themes of tolerance, diversity, and social justice.

  • The Council of Holocaust Educators

  • This professional development organization is especially for educators who teach the Holocaust, genocide and human rights.  Its publications include parent guides such as how to talk to your child about prejudice, discrimination, genocide, and the Holocaust.

  • Dallas Holocaust Museum

  • This museum is a educational resource center, library and memorial. Its programs include exhibits, teacher training workshops, a speakers’ bureau and a research library. Bilingual, digitalized audio tours of the exhibits is provided along with a library and bookstore.

  • El Paso Holocaust Museum and Study Center

  • This center provides lectures, traveling exhibits, docent and teacher training, interfaith activities, oral history and educational trunks for middle and high school, plus speakers’ bureau, educational outreach, and group tours

  • Georgia Commission on the Holocaust

  • This is a state-designated organization that provides college-level credit courses, art and writing contests, teacher conferences, in-service training, exhibits, commemoration speakers’ bureau, educator and humanitarian awards. There also are lending libraries for educational institutions.

  • Hidden Child Foundation/ADL

  • This organization was founded in 1991 by child survivors who represent the one and one half million children who perished during the Holocaust. Its services include a speakers’ bureau, a newsletter, and educational materials.

  • Washington State Holocaust Education Resource Center

  • The mission of Holocaust Center, located in downtown Seattle, is to inspire teaching and learning for humanity in the schools and communities of this region through the study of the Holocaust.  The center’s programs and resources include teacher training, traveling exhibits, speakers’ bureau, artifact collection, lending library, Holocaust teaching trunks, public exhibits, and a writing and art contest.
  • The Holocaust Center of Northern California

  • The center maintains an extensive library which includes archival documents and both audio and visual oral histories. It provides services for teachers that include college level courses for high school  junior and seniors, curriculum development and a public lecture and film series as well as a speakers’ bureau and photographic and art exhibits.

  • Holocaust Documentation and Education Center,Inc

  • Founded in 1980, This was the first South Florida Holocaust museum Its services provide student prejudice reduction programming and videotaping of survivors, liberators, rescuers and other witness testimonies. It also offers a summer teaching institute and group meetings for survivors, child survivors, and children of survivors. A visual arts and writing contest is held for students.

  • Holocaust Education Center, Japan

  • The center, in Hiroshima, Japan, provides a newsletter, a guide book and various educational outreach programs that include teacher training seminars and lectures, a library and exhibits. Group tours are also held for the general public and educational institutions.

  • Holocaust Education Resource Center of the Jewish Federation of Northeastern Pennsylvania

  • This center, based in Scranton, PA,  serves the community with educational outreach programs, teacher training seminars, Kristallnacht commemoration, annual youth symposium, and a lending library and exhibits.

  • Holocaust Education Trust

  • Based in London, and established in 1988, this organization teaches the lessons of the Holocaust through its publications, its teaching packs and its outreach teacher training for UK schools.

  • Holocaust/Genocide Education Center

  • This center, based in West Chester, PA and established in 2000, is an educational institution that provides a Masters of Arts Program in Holocaust and Genocide Studies, a graduate certificate, and an undergraduate minor in Holocaust and Genocide studies. It provides an annual newsletter, educational seminars, and conferences a lecture series.

  • Holocaust Library and Resource Center /Albright College

  • Located in Reading, PA, this center was founded in 1993. It provides educational outreach program, teacher training seminars and resources, a lending library, speakers’ bureau, oral histories, and Yom Hashoah commemorations.

  • Holocaust Memorial Center

  • Based in Farmington Hills, MI, this center was established in 1984. Primarily a museum dedicated to the Holocaust and post-Holoocaust history, it includes a Memorial Garden of the Righteous, a library archive, multi-lingual library reference collection of European Jewish History, Christian-Judeo Relations, and an oral history collection, and also provides educational outreach programming.

  • Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County

  • Established in 1986 in Glen Cove, NY, it provides a resource center with resources that include a library and video collection. Its services include tolerance workshops, teacher resource center, art exhibits, author programs, a film series, curriculum development, and middle and high school teaching trunks.

  • Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center

  • The services provided here include a museum, resource and educational center, and a lending and research library. It offers an annual bibliography, a quarterly newsletter and various services including an annual arts and writing contest booklet. Featured in its educational program are both permanent and traveling exhibits, an author lecture program, literature based teaching trunks and curricula, scholarly opportunities for teachers.

  • Holocaust Museum Houston

  • Established in 1991, the Houston organization is dedicated to educational outreach, providing trunks for middle and high school students. One of the largest Holocaust museums in the US,  it has exhibits feature traveling exhibitions, a comprehensive library and audio/visual collection, an oral history archive, and a Latin American teacher program. Their teaching focuses on the history of anti-Semitism, dangers of hatred, prejudice and apathy.

  • Holocaust Museum and Learning Center/St. Louis

  • Established in 1977 in St. Louis, MO, this organization has a museum and educational center and an extensive library of audio and visual tapes. Its many services include permanent and changing exhibits, teacher training workshops, monthly film series, docent-led tours, a police department training program, and Interfaith high school curriculum trunks.

  • The Kindertransport Association

  • Established in 1990, this is an educational and charitable institution related to the Kindertransport (the rescue of 10,000 European Jewish Children) and their safekeeping in Great Britain. It publishes a quarterly journal: KINDERLINK.

  • Holocaust Awareness Museum

  • This forty year old museum, founded by Jacob Riz, a Holocaust survivor, was originally housed in the basement of Mr. Rizís home. It is now a recognized institution with Holocaust historical artifacts and programs for students at all grade levels to educate them about the intrinsic moral issues of the Holocaust.
    In its educational outreach programs It also addresses the concepts of civil liberties, individual collective and national responsibility, diversity in a democratic society and the ramifications of prejudice, racism and stereotyping.