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Dr. David A. Ross has been named the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust’s 2018 Humanitarian Award recipient.
On April 10, 2018, Governor Nathan Deal signed a proclamation declaring April 15-22, 2018, as "Holocaust Days of Remembrance" in Georgia.
Noel Giles and Monica Tugwell, both of Colquitt County Schools' Gifted Education with Academic Rigor (GEAR) Gifted Center in Moultrie, have been named the Distinguished Educators of 2018 by the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust.
The unanimous passage of a bill in the Georgia legislature calls for the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust, a non-partisan state agency, to design and place a state Holocaust memorial; increases legislative oversight of the Commission to two members from each party in both the Senate and House;
The Georgia Commission on the Holocaust and the Anti-Defamation League are concerned about the inappropriate homework assignment given by a sixth grade social studies teacher at Shiloh Middle School in Snellville.
The Anti-Defamation League and the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust are aware of the inclusion of Mein Kampf as an option on the Galloway summer reading list.
We are aware of recent statements made by Steven Goldstein, director of the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect, the successor organization to Anne Frank Center USA.
Kathleen King of General Ray Davis Middle School in Stockbridge has been named Distinguished Educator of 2017.
Vernon M. Keenan has been named the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust’s 2017 Humanitarian Award recipient.
On March 30, 2017, Governor Nathan Deal signed a proclamation declaring April 23-30, 2017, as "Holocaust Days of Remembrance" in Georgia.