Virtual Resources

During these uncertain times and until it is once again safe to do so, the Nathan and Esther Pelz Holocaust Education Resource Center (HERC) has suspended all in-person programming. We hope that in the meantime you will join us for our many upcoming virtual programs and engage with the resources which we have curated here, some created by HERC and some shared from other organizations around the world, for teaching and learning about the Holocaust.

Born Survivors: Three Young Mothers & Their Extraordinary Story of Courage, Defiance & Hope with Drs. Mark Olsky & Hana Berger Moran

Thursday, September 10  |  7pm CDT

The Inextinguishable Symphony: A True Story of Music & Love in Nazi Germany with Author Martin Goldsmith

Sunday, October 18  |  2pm CDT

Community Kristallnacht Commemoration

Sunday, November 8  |  3pm CST

Remember, you can still view these virtual programs on HERC’s Facebook page even if you don’t subscribe to Facebook. Check out this step-by-step guide to watching with us live!

Transcending Darkness: A Girl’s Journey Out of the Holocaust with Estelle Glaser Laughlin

Illinois Holocaust Memorial & Education Center  |   Tuesday, September 1 –  | 7 pm CDT

Law as an Instrument of Mass Crimes? The Legal System Under the Third Reich

Holocaust Center for Humanity  |   Wednesday, September 2  |   2 pm CDT

Answering Your Students Toughest Questions

Echoes & Reflections  |   Tuesday, September 8  |   5 pm CDT

Dangerous Efforts to Deny and Distort Holocaust History

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum  |   Wednesday, September 9  |   8:30 am CDT

Lunch & Learn: Highlights from the Archives – Liberation Artifacts

Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum | Wednesday, September 9 | 12 pm CDT

Franci’s War

Holocaust Memorial Center | Monday, September 14 | 6 pm CDT

Internment and Destruction: Concentration Camps during the Armenian Genocide

Chhange: Center for Holocaust, Human Rights & Genocide Education | Wednesday, September 16 | 10:30 am CDT