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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.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Jacob the Liar - Virtual Screening and Panel Discussion
    Jacob the Liar - Virtual Screening and Panel Discussion
    Jul 29, 6:00 PM
    Webinar
    Teicholz Holocaust Remembrance Film Series: German Holocaust Films
  • Teicholz Holocaust Remembrance Film Series
    Teicholz Holocaust Remembrance Film Series
    Jul 29, 6:00 PM – Aug 12, 6:00 PM
    Webinar
    German Holocaust Films
  • Holocaust Survivor Talk: Gerda Seifer
    Holocaust Survivor Talk: Gerda Seifer
    Jul 30, 11:00 AM
    Webinar
    Gerda Seifer was twelve years old when Nazi Germany invaded Poland in 1939. Soon after the war broke out, the Soviet Union invaded her family's city of Przemysl in Eastern Poland.
  •    Aimée & Jaguar - Virtual Screening and Panel Discussion
    Aimée & Jaguar - Virtual Screening and Panel Discussion
    Aug 05, 6:00 PM
    Webinar
    Teicholz Holocaust Remembrance Film Series: German Holocaust Films
  • Holocaust Survivor Talk: David Lenga
    Holocaust Survivor Talk: David Lenga
    Aug 06, 11:00 AM
    Webinar
    David Lenga was born in 1927 in Lodz, Poland. He and his family were confined to a ghetto in the suburb of Strykow, where they spent the first two years of the war.
  • Naked Among Wolves - Virtual Screening and Panel Discussion
    Naked Among Wolves - Virtual Screening and Panel Discussion
    Aug 12, 6:00 PM
    Webinar
    Teicholz Holocaust Remembrance Film Series: German Holocaust Films
  • Holocaust Survivor Talk: Edith Frankie
    Holocaust Survivor Talk: Edith Frankie
    Aug 13, 11:00 AM
    Webinar
    Edith Frankie was thirteen years old when Nazi Germany invaded her home in the Transylvanian village of Chiesd. Her family was deported to Auschwitz-Birkenau with other Hungarian Jews, where she and her sister were separated from the rest of their family.
  • The Lost Train: Survivor Twins Remember
    The Lost Train: Survivor Twins Remember
    Aug 24, 4:00 PM
    Webinar
    Born in Amsterdam in 1938, twins Marion and Steven were just five years old when they were arrested along with their parents and eventually deported to Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp.
  • Survival and Preservation in the Minsk Ghetto
    Survival and Preservation in the Minsk Ghetto
    Aug 31, 10:00 AM
    Webinar
    The Minsk Ghetto was established in what is now Belarus after Nazi Germany invaded the Soviet Union in June 1941. From 1941 to 1943, Nazi troops systematically murdered the nearly 100,000 residents of the ghetto.

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