Georgia Commission on the Holocaust
On November 2, 2021 the Sandy Springs City Council approved a motion that will give the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust a new venue to create a state-of-the art Holocaust education center for Georgia citizens. Read more.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Condemns Misuse of Holocaust in Public Discourse
WASHINGTON, DC — Nazism represented a singular evil that resulted in the murder of six million Jews and the persecution and deaths of millions of others for racial and political reasons. Comparing contemporary situations to Nazism is not only offensive to its victims, but it is also inaccurate and misrepresents both Holocaust history and the present. The Holocaust should be remembered, studied, and understood so that we can learn its lessons; it should not be exploited for opportunistic purposes.
The Georgia Commission on the Holocaust is a secular, non-partisan state-agency. The Georgia Commission on the Holocaust strives to preserve the memory of the Holocaust and promote public understanding of the history. It ensures that learning how and why the Holocaust happened is an important part of the education of Georgia citizens. It encourages reflection upon the moral questions raised by this unprecedented event and the responsibilities of citizens in a democracy.