Holocaust Education Center reopens in new location

The new space was dedicated on the eve of Kristallnacht, "the night of the broken glass." The center is re-designed, with new offices and a new resource center. "We figured we were competing with the Bengals game, on a beautiful Sunday afternoon... So it's amazing so many community members that really care about Holocaust education, about teaching future generations about the Holocaust and it's lessons," says Sarah Weiss, executive director.

 

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Beginning this week the center will be open to the public. To find out more about the exhibit hours go to http://www.holocaustandhumanity.org/

The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education reopened Sunday at it's new location at Rockwern Academy in Sycamore Township.

The re-opening of the center drew over 250 people, and organizers were quite pleased with the turn out.