Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh

The Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh (http://hcofpgh.org) inspires engagement with Holocaust history and connects it to the injustices of today. The Center builds relationships across communities, working to end antisemitism, racism, and prejudice in all neighborhoods. It provides educational public programming for audiences of all ages, reaching more than 10,000 students, adults, and educators per year across Western and Central Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and parts of Ohio. Offerings include: exhibits in the Center’s public gallery, an extensive library and archive, engaging cultural events, internationally renowned speakers, and free and affordable resources for teachers. As stewards of Holocaust history, The Holocaust Center keeps the stories of Holocaust survivors, victims, and rescuers alive for future generations.


The Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh (http://hcofpgh.org) inspires engagement with Holocaust history and connects it to the injustices of today. The Center builds relationships across communities, working to end antisemitism, racism, and prejudice in all neighborhoods. It provides educational public programming for audiences of all ages, reaching more than 10,000 students, adults, and educators per year across Western and Central Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and parts of Ohio. Offerings include: exhibits in the Center’s public gallery, an extensive library and archive, engaging cultural events, internationally renowned speakers, and free and affordable resources for teachers. As stewards of Holocaust history, The Holocaust Center keeps the stories of Holocaust survivors, victims, and rescuers alive for future generations.


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