In the wake of the growing antisemitic violence across the country, there has never been a more critical time for students to learn about the importance of fighting hate and discrimination.
Holocaust Museum LA provides free Holocaust education to teach students and all visitors about Holocaust history and help them to explore concepts of identity, diversity and stereotyping to inspire socially and civically responsible choices in their own lives.
We count on individual, foundation, and corporate support to give students - particularly from underserved communities – the opportunity to learn about the social relevance of the Holocaust through customized tours and intergenerational conversations with Holocaust survivors, who are the living embodiment of this history.
Los Angeles Museum of The Holocaust boasts the west coast's largest archive of documents, relics and other primary source materials from the Holocaust (1933-1945). Discover and learn about the important lessons of the Holocaust and their social relevance to today.
The Holocaust was the state-sponsored, systematic mass murder of European Jewry perpetrated by Nazi Germany, its allies, and collaborators. From their initial rise to power, the Nazis worked to marginalize and dehumanize the Jewish population, as well as other minority groups, which later manifested in genocide.