​​I would like to have a speaker come to my classroom. What should I do?

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"When you listen to a witness, you become a witness.”

--Elie Weisel


 THE CENTER FOR HOLOCAUST, GENOCIDE, AND

 HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION OF NORTH CAROLINA

 (THE HOLOCAUST SPEAKERS BUREAU)


The Dachau Memorial Unveiling
Durham, North Carolina
April 26, 2015
On April 29, 2015, NC Resolution 668 passed unanimously. It commemorates the Dachau liberation (70 years ago today) and commends the Holocaust Speakers Bureau and the NC Council on the Holocaust for their work.
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The Center for Holocaust, Genocide and Human Rights Education for North Carolina (Holocaust Speakers Bureau) assists local educators and organizations deal with the challenging topics of Holocaust, genocide, tolerance, and human rights. We work with interested teachers, schools, and organizations to develop age- appropriate materials and presentations for all students, and we offer an extensive resource library. Wherever possible, we arrange for survivors (and, in some cases, their liberators or children of survivors) to address classes and other groups.

Photos of recent events

We provide all our services for free, but gladly accept donations or gifts in any amount to help us to continue our work.