2022 Risa K. Lambert Midwest Event
Thanks to your support, the Museum is reaching a global audience—especially young people—to inspire critical thinking about Holocaust history and the ability of individuals to shape the future. With the power of truth held in our vast collections, our scholarship, and survivors’ own memories, we are confronting the dangerous distortion and misuse of this history—most recently to justify Russia’s war against Ukraine.
We must meet the challenges of these uncertain times. Together, we can ensure that the lessons of the Holocaust continue to inspire individuals and leaders worldwide to confront antisemitism and hatred, prevent genocide, and promote human dignity. Join us, either in person or virtually, to learn how.
The health and safety of our guests and staff is always our top priority. We request that all guests be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The Museum’s safety measures are based on CDC COVID-19 Community Levels and will be adjusted to reflect any changes in the level. Prior to the event, we will provide updates regarding the latest guidelines related to masking and/or proof of vaccination.