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What can the Holocaust teach us about society and ourselves today? The Museum’s National Conversation is designed to provoke discussion about the Holocaust and its lessons. Join us for an event near you.
Through our comprehensive campaign, “Never Again. What You Do Matters,” led by honorary chair Elie Wiesel, the Museum seeks to secure the resources to keep Holocaust memory alive as a force for change in today’s world.
Between April and July 1994, as many as one million Rwandans, predominantly Tutsis, were massacred. Twenty years later, what have we learned about genocide prevention?
The Museum will bestow its highest honor on Canadian Lieutenant-General Roméo Dallaire for his valiant attempts to warn the world of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda. Join us for the award presentation at our National Tribute Dinner on April 30 in Washington, DC.
Search the Collections
Our collection of Holocaust-related materials is among the most comprehensive in the world. Find photos, film, artifacts, oral histories, and more.
Days of Remembrance
Holocaust remembrance week is April 27–May 4. Attend a commemoration in your area, or take part online.
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