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The Anne Frank in the World Exhibit is presently closed. As the coronavirus situation evolves, the health and well-being of our visitors and staff are our highest priority. Any changes in our operating status will be published here.
The theme for the 2019 Holocaust Days of Remembrance in Georgia is "Holocaust Remembrance: The Responsibility to Educate"
This year, Days of Remembrance in Georgia is April 24-30, 2017. The 2017 theme is "Choosing to Act: Resistance During the Holocaust."
This year, Days of Remembrance in Georgia is May 1-8, 2016. The 2016 theme is "Mothers and Fathers: Stories of Love and Loss."
On April 13, 2015, Governor Nathan Deal signed a proclamation declaring April 12-19, 2015, as "Holocaust Days of Remembrance" in Georgia. On behalf of the State, the Georgia Commission
This year, Days of Remembrance in Georgia is April 12-19, 2015. The 2015 theme is "Liberation: 70 Years Later." Join us as we recognize and reflect on this period in history with a series of special programming and online content.
On May 2, 2014, the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust, on behalf of the State of Georgia, hosted the annual State Official Observance “Holocaust Days of Remembrance” of the victims of the Holocaust. The observance began at 11am in the North Wing of the State Capitol.
The Commission launched a new traveling exhibit series titled “Georgia’s Response to the Holocaust” which profiles Holocaust survivors, liberators, rescuers, and activists local to Georgia. The first installment of this series, “A Home for Refugees”, tells the stories of seven survivors who left