Americans and the Holocaust Exhibit
Americans and the Holocaust, a traveling exhibition from the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum that examines Americans’ responses to Nazism, war, and genocide in Europe during the 1930s and 1940s. What did Americans know, and what more could have been done?
Americans and the Holocaust: A Traveling Exhibition for Libraries is made possible by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the American Library Association
- Monday, May 23, 5-7 pm Opening Night Exhibit Please join us for a night of sharing and learning. Marian Broida, Gustavus professor will emcee the event. Listen to a string quartet while you experience the exhibit.
- May 23-27, School Week. Classrooms will visit by appointment.
- Wednesday, June 8, 6pm The Nuremburg Trials with historian Michael Eckers
- Monday, June 13, 4-6pm Ideologies of Hate: Then and Now, a discussion with local experts and activists, outdoors in the Gorman Park Pavilion
- Movie Series
- Wed., June 15, 6:00pm The Book Thief
- Wed., June 22, 1pm Saul & Ruby's Holocaust Survivor's Band
- Wed., June 29, 1pm Denial
- Wednesday, June 22, 10:30 a.m. Intro to Judaism with Marian Broida @ the Gorman Park Pavilion
Americans and the Holocaust: A Traveling Exhibition for Libraries is an educational initiative of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the American Library Association.