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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.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • How We Got Here: From the "Good War" to the Storming of the Capitol - A Discussion with Steven J. Ross and Mel Levine
    How We Got Here: From the "Good War" to the Storming of the Capitol - A Discussion with Steven J. Ross and Mel Levine
    May 18, 4:00 PM PDT
    Webinar
    On January 6, 2021, Americans were shocked as they witnessed tens of thousands of self-proclaimed patriots storm the Capitol, many proudly carrying Confederate flags.
  • Holocaust Survivor Talk: Mike Wolff
    Holocaust Survivor Talk: Mike Wolff
    May 20, 11:00 AM
    Webinar
    Mike Wolff was born in Breslau, Germany in 1936.
  • Inside the Acid-Free Box: American Jewish Liberators of World War II
    Inside the Acid-Free Box: American Jewish Liberators of World War II
    May 20, 4:00 PM
    Webinar
    As the Allied forces advanced across Europe, they confronted the reality of the Nazis' genocidal aims. The conditions the troops encountered and documented shed light on the full, inhumane scope of the Holocaust and later played an integral role in the prosecution of Nazi officials for war crimes.
  • Mapping Jewish LA: Jewish Histories in Multiethnic Boyle Heights
    Mapping Jewish LA: Jewish Histories in Multiethnic Boyle Heights
    May 26, 11:00 AM
    Webinar
    In the 1930s, Boyle Heights was the epicenter of a flourishing, mostly Yiddish-speaking, Jewish community that comprised over a third of L.A.'s Jewish population.
  • Holocaust Survivor Talk: Eva Brettler
    Holocaust Survivor Talk: Eva Brettler
    May 27, 11:00 AM
    Webinar
    Eva was born in 1936 in Cluj, Romania, which later became a part of Hungary. When Nazi Germany invaded Hungary in 1944, Eva and her mother were deported to Ravensbruck Concentration Camp. Her mother did not survive the journey to the camp.
  • Building Bridges: Race Relations in the COVID-19 Era
    Building Bridges: Race Relations in the COVID-19 Era
    Jun 02, 11:00 AM
    Webinar
    Over the last year, the Los Angeles Times – in partnership with the Los Angeles Urban League, HOPE, and CAUSE – has conducted a series of statewide polls on issues relating to race relations, discrimination, and more.
  • An Intergenerational Conversation with Judge Frances Rothschild, A Hidden Child
    An Intergenerational Conversation with Judge Frances Rothschild, A Hidden Child
    Jun 07, 5:00 PM
    Webinar
    Second District Court of Appeals Justice Frances Rothschild was hidden by a Catholic family during the Holocaust, ultimately saving her life.
  • Jack Boul: A Conversation with the Artist
    Jack Boul: A Conversation with the Artist
    Jun 09, 11:00 AM
    Webinar
    As Allied forces liberated Europe, the U.S. Signal Corps was charged with documenting the evidence of Nazi war crimes. Photographs of the atrocities at Buchenwald, Dachau, and Mauthausen taken by the U.S. Army circulated among the troops.
  • The Daring Life and Dangerous Times of Eve Adams: Book Talk with Jonathan Ned Katz
    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.
  • Family Storytime with Mona Golabek: A Special Launch of Hold on to Your Music
    Family Storytime with Mona Golabek: A Special Launch of Hold on to Your Music
    Jun 24, 4:00 PM
    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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