2022 Southeast Virtual Event
Eighty years after mass killing began during the Holocaust, antisemitism and misuse of this history are on the rise—from violent attacks that make headline news to physical, verbal, and online assaults that often go unreported. These events, part of a larger climate of hatred, remind us of the urgent need to share Holocaust history and convey its continued relevance. Now more than ever, the Museum needs your support to reimagine Holocaust education in ways that engage new audiences and resonate with young people worldwide.
Featured speaker Michael Berenbaum, an eminent Holocaust historian who oversaw the Museum’s creation, will discuss the importance of teaching this history to future generations. Join us in honoring Craig and Barbara Weiner, Museum supporters and champions for Holocaust education, who received the Museum’s Southeast Regional Leadership Award. Together with our honorary chairs, Holocaust survivor Samuel Ron and Bilha Ron, we will renew our pledge to ensure the lessons of the Holocaust help shape a better future.