Our goal is to teach the history and the events of the Holocaust, the unprecedented genocide of the twentieth century during World War II, through personalized stories so that present and future generations will remember its lessons and make connections to contemporary issues of concern.
Our nationally recognized program includes Holocaust survivor testimonies, developmentally appropriate and effective teaching materials and preparation of Holocaust curricula by highly qualified educational consultants.
During the last twenty years, numerous lectures have been delivered by us throughout the United States, and our course materials have been adopted by both public and private school systems for use at all grade levels of instruction including institutions of higher learning.
We welcome your interest in our services and resource materials.
Together we can work to educate youth about the Holocaust so they understand that its messages are universal in scope and transcend all lines of race, religion or ethnic background.
Deanne Scherlis Comer
Ruth Kapp Hartz