For 20 years, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum has inspired millions by teaching the lessons of the Holocaust. To mark its 20th anniversary, the Museum will hold a historic gathering of Holocaust survivors and World War II veterans in Washington, DC, and a four-city tour to engage the public with its work and demonstrate the continuing relevance of the Holocaust.
On the occasion of its 20th anniversary, individuals around the world are invited to join in the Museum’s work to keep the memory of the Holocaust alive and bring its lessons to current and future generations. A special 20th anniversary website, ushmm.org/neveragain, provides 20 actions people anywhere can take to raise awareness about the Holocaust and its continuing relevance. Visitors to the website can share stories, photographs, or videos about how the Museum or the memory of the Holocaust has inspired them to take action to confront hate or antisemitism today. They can also take an online pledge to meet the challenge of genocide.