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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.
Wednesday, October 28
11:00 AM EST
Join us for the first in the Rescue and Resistance: Stories of Courage series. Be inspired by the bravery and risks individuals took to protect others or save themselves during the Holocaust. This free event is a 30 minute virtual Zoom presentation.
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The Breman Museum presents the series, Bearing Witness: Unforgettable Stories from the Holocaust.
And Then They Came For Me - Remembering the World of Anne Frank.
The event starts at 5:30pm with a pre-show speaker from the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust. Performance begins at 7pm.
Post show discussion with the cast of actors and a special guest speaker. Part of the Family Stage series - for children 5th grade and up.
Hear the poignant first person account of Holocaust survival. Robert Ratonyi shares his story. Program sponsored by the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust and UGA Hillel.
Keynote Speaker: Rabbi Bent Melchior
Holocaust survivor, humanitarian and former Chief Rabbi of Denmark
What Were We Watching? Americans' Responses to Nazism Through Cinema, Radio and Media
Holocaust survivor Ben Walker will share his personal story.Augusta University - JSAC Ballroom
The Georgia Commission on the Holocaust, in cooperation with Augusta University, presents a free two-day professional development workshop for educators across the curriculum.
The opportunity to hear the first-person account of a Holocaust survivor is often a once in a lifetime experience. Join us on November 18, as Manuela Mendels Bornstein shares her story.
This program is presented in cooperation with the Gwinnett Public Library.