Speakers Bureau

Speakers Bureau

The Speakers Bureau sends Holocaust survivors and liberators to dozens of local schools and community organizations to share their important testimony. Pictured here, Sonia Goldstein, Holocaust survivor, speaks at Clarkstown North High School.

Museum Collections

working with museum artifacts

Spring 2018 brings an abundance of projects for the Holocaust Museum's Archival Department. As we embark on the journey to redesign our permanent exhibit, the Director of Archives is honored to have the opportunity to work towards making the museum's collection accessible to the public.

We are grateful for funding provided by the National Endowment for the Arts and Documentary Heritage and Preservation for New York to help us start this endeavor.

Children to the Rescue

Children to the Rescue is a new program designed to engage our community's youngest students in tolerance education.

Café Europa

Café Europa is a monthly gathering for Holocaust survivors and liberators to come together for fellowship with those who understand what they have gone through -
their peers.  
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The Museum is hosted by Rockland Community College & receives funding from the Town of Ramapo, County of Rockland & Jewish Federation & Fondation of Rockland County.

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Holocaust Museum & Center for Tolerance and Education
145 College Road, Suffern, NY 10901