Students from Macon tour exhibit and accept learning trunk

Sixth-grade students from Saint Peter Claver Catholic School in Macon toured the Anne Frank in the World exhibit today and brought one of the Commission's learning trunks back to their school. 

 

Reach for Excellence students present decorated trunks

Students of The Marist School's Reach for Excellence Program decorated two trunks for the 2013-2014 Holocaust Learning Trunk Project. They presented the trunks to the Commission and toured the Anne Frank in the World exhibit.

Letter from the Director: Updated response to change of standards for teaching the Holocaust in Georgia's schools

Dear Friends, Partners and Colleagues,

Letter from the Director: Response to change of standards for teaching the Holocaust in Georgia's schools

Dear Friends, Partners and Colleagues,

Founding Director of Commission Sylvia Wygoda passes away at 67

Sylvia Wygoda, Holocaust educator and founding director of the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust, passed away on August 5, 2015, at her home in Soddy-Daisy, Tennessee, after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer.

Executive Director of Holocaust Commission joins Governor's delegation to Israel

The Commission's Executive Director, Sally N.

New traveling exhibit "Witness to the Holocaust" launches

The Commission launched a new traveling exhibit, “Witness to the Holocaust: WWII Veteran William Alexander Scott III at Buchenwald” at Sweetwater Middle School on March 14, 2013. The exhibit will be on display at the school until March 22, 2013.

New learning trunks on display at Anne Frank in the World

Three trunks decorated by students of Coretta Scott King Young Women's Leadership Academy are now on display at the Anne Frank in the World exhibit in Sandy Springs.

New exhibition series "Georgia's Response to the Holocaust" launches

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

Mayor Reed launches Holocaust learning trunk in Atlanta

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.