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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.
Holocaust survivor George Rishfeld shared his story with students of Thomas County Middle School yesterday. The program at the middle school was part of the Commission's speaker program series.
On April 30, 2013, Dr. Eugen Schoenfeld, scholar and Holocaust survivor, shared his story to the community of Lakeland, Georgia. He spoke to a full auditorium at Lanier County High School and through live feed in the cafeteria where additional audience members were seated.
Starting this fall, 20 new trunks will launch as part of the statewide Holocaust Learning Trunk Project. The first trunk was launched by Mayor Kasim Reed at Jean Child Young Middle School in Atlanta on November 29, 2012.
Dr. Eugen Schoenfeld, Holocaust survivor, spoke today at Cobb County's Mountain View Regional Library. This month, the Cobb County Public Library System is honoring the memory those who died during the Holocaust and World War II.
The Georgia Commission on the Holocaust was proud to bring Dr. Eugen Schoenfeld as the guest speaker for the 2011 National 4-H Congress at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta. Dr. Schoenfeld was born in Hungary. He is a survivor of Auschwitz and Dachau.
Two trunks from the statewide Holocaust Learning Trunk Project were launched at two middle schools in Barrow county.
The Holocaust Learning Trunk Project launched two trunks to the communities of Vidalia and Statesboro.