During this event, visitors will tour the archival space at the VHM, and get a behind-the-scenes look at the work done there. Curatorial staff will explain the history and significance of select objects and demonstrate how they are preserved for future generations. Space is limited so please RSVP with the name(s) and contact information of participants.Find out more »
Every year, they pause to remember and honor the Six Million Jews who perished in the Holocaust. The featured speaker will be Richard Cohen, President of the Southern Poverty Law Center. Winners of the 2018 Student Art Contest will also be announced and awarded.Find out more »
After seeing examples of social conflict during trips to Kenya, Tanzania, and Togo, Robinson was inspired to create pieces that explored the impact of human rights violations on personal identity. The result was a collection of bright, mixed-media pieces that reflect her personal inquiries on human rights, social justice, and conflict.Find out more »
They came from all corners of Eastern and Western Europe. All had the normalcy of their childhoods replaced by fear, and often the horror of witnessing death and losing loved ones to senseless brutality. All of them made new homes in the United States. Meet some of Hampton Roads’ remaining Holocaust survivors. Read their stories. Remember them. Share them. Help continue their legacy.Find out more »
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