Take Action: What You Do Matters
Download Take Action: What You Do Matters and use it as part of your commemoration.
- Stand up and speak out when you hear an inappropriate hateful remark. Words matter.
- Share the truth when someone says the Holocaust didn’t happen. Direct them to authentic evidence and eyewitness accounts of the most well documented crime in history.
- Help stop genocide today.
- Facebook – What does Days of Remembrance mean to you? What will you be doing this year to remember victims of the Holocaust and to fight genocide today? Tell us on the Museum’s Facebook fan page and see what others have to say.
- Twitter – Follow our updates and share your own.
- The Museum will hold its names reading commemoration ceremony April 21 at the Museum (more information above). If you are not in D.C., you can still participate virtually by making your own commemoration video and posting it online. In a video of 30 seconds, tell us why Holocaust remembrance is important to you and choose 10 names to read. Names lists are available online. Upload it any time during April 19-26 and let us know about it by posting on our Facebook wall.
- Second Life – Visit the immersive learning environment Witnessing History: Kristallnacht – The November 1938 Pogroms in the virtual world of Second Life and sign up for a tour by Museum staff.
Tuesday, April 21
4 p.m. SLT/7 p.m. EST
Wednesday, April 22
11 a.m. SLT/2 p.m. EST & 5 p.m. SLT 8 p.m. EST
Thursday , April 23
4 p.m. SLT/7p.m. EST