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Yes, Holocaust Museum LA is temporarily closed, but we’ve never been more open! 

Visit our events page to join one of upcoming virtual programs or watch a ​recently recorded event. Connect with us on Instagram, Facebook, and sign up for Museum e-news to get the latest, original content. We look forward to staying connected with you.

Learn more about Holocaust Museum LA’s Response to COVID-19.

Funding has been provided by California Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act economic stabilization plan of 2020.

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Sunday Storytime - Nicky & Vera: A Quiet Hero of the Holocaust and the Children He Rescued
    Apr 18, 11:00 AM PDT
    Webinar
    Published by Norton Young Readers, "Nicky & Vera" is a new book, by award-winning author-artist Peter Sís, that introduces the Holocaust to youngsters ages 6-9 using inviting language and whimsical images to tell the story of Sir Nicholas Winton and one of the 669 children he saved, Vera Gissing.
  • Combating Holocaust Denial And Distortion Online: A Discussion With Facebook
    Apr 22, 11:00 AM PDT
    Webinar
    Representatives from Facebook’s Content Policy team and Facebook’s Head of Policy, Israel, Jordana Cutler, join Holocaust Museum LA Board Member Dan Schnur to discuss the genesis of the platform’s Holocaust denial and distortion policy and products.
  • Stitched & Sewn: The Life-Saving Art of Holocaust Survivor Trudie Strobel
    Apr 29, 12:30 PM PDT
    Webinar
    A child survivor of the Holocaust, Trudie Strobel settled in California, raising a family and never discussing the horrors she witnessed. After her children grew up, the trauma of her youth caught up with her, triggering a paralyzing depression.
  • Escape: One Day We Had To Run
    May 04, 11:00 AM PDT
    Webinar
    CLING. Don’t let go. Hold tight. Never give up. FLY. Rev up. Lift off. Soar. PEDAL. Set off. Cycle. Pedal for your life. Throughout history, ordinary people have been forced to leave their families and homes because of war, famine, slavery, intolerance, or economic and political upheaval.
  • Intergenational Trauma in Second and Third-Generation Holocaust Survivors A Discussion with Dr. Melissa Wasserman
    May 11, 11:00 AM PDT
    Webinar
    Dr. Melissa Wasserman, Assistant Director of the Pepperdine Union Rescue Mission Counseling Center and Adjunct Professor of Psychology at Pepperdine University, will explore intergenerational and historical trauma.
  • The Daring Life and Dangerous Times of Eve Adams: Book Talk with Jonathan Ned Katz
    Jun 22, 5:00 PM PDT
    Webinar
    After leading a fascinating life as a Polish immigrant in the U.S., starting in 1912, Eve Adams published a pioneering book, "Lesbian Love," in 1925, after which she was arrested, jailed, and deported to Europe where she was murdered in Auschwitz.
  • TBD
    Family Storytime with Mona Golabek: A Special Launch of Hold on to Your Music
    Rescheduled: Date TBD
    Webinar
    A magical family event that brings the Lisa Jura story - The Children of Willesden Lane - to life for a new generation of young readers.

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