​​​

The Center for Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Education of North Carolina 
Holocaust Speakers Bureau 


 repository of news relevant to the Center's mission and media coverage of the Center's work 


"Hans M. Wuerth: One lesson from Holocaust: a moral duty to protect our children." The Morning Call, January 25, 2018

"Holocaust survivor speaks of lessons learned from tragedy."  Technician, November 9, 2017


"Margaret Bergmann Lambert, Hewish Athlete Excluded from Berlin Olympics, Dies at 103."  The New York Times , July 25, 2017


"Humanitarians at War: The Red Cross and the Holocaust."​  The Wall Street Journal, July 19, 2017


Holocaust Survivor Shares His Story. The Rocky Mount Telegram, May 16th, 2017.


"As a teen, he liberated a Nazi death camp. Then he shared the horror so no one would forget." Charlotte Observer, February 13, 2017


Learning about the Holocaust.  The Chatham News, January 21, 2016.


Holocaust Survivor Speaks to Students: Catholic Family Hid Jewish Girl.  The Daily Record, October 21, 2015. 


NC House Joint Resolution 668. April 29, 2015. 


"Art to honor Holocaust ashes." Chapel Hill News, April 21, 2015.


"Ashes of Holocaust Victims Killed in Dachau Find Final Resting Place in Durham Hebrew Cemetery."  Huffington Post, May 28, 2014.


"Ashes from the Holocaust finally laid to rest."  Durham Herald Sun, May 25, 2014.


"Remains of Dachau victims come to rest in North Carolina." Times of Israel,  May 24, 2014.


"From Dachau to Durham."  Durham Herald Sun, May 14, 2014.


"Holocaust survivor recounts horror."  Sanford Herald, May 3, 2014.


"A Resolution at Last for a Father's Unsettling Legacy." The New York Times. April 4, 2014.


"Holocaust survivor shares story with Rogers-Herr." Durham Herald Sun, Feb 4, 2014.


"Holocaust Bureau Educates North Carolina Youth On Horrible History Radio." Radio interview with Frank Statio on his WUNC show, The State of Things. January 7, 2014.


"Holocaust survivor discusses wartime experiences."  Daily Tar Heel, November 19, 2013.


"A child's escape from Nazi Germany: Henry Landsberger grew out of his misfortune."  The Pendulum, November 29, 2012.


In the News