Holocaust Education Program

Lessons of the Past Teach Tolerance in the Present

The Holocaust Education Program is Generously Supported by the Viterbi Family Foundation

The Holocaust Education Program (HEP) draws upon lessons of the past to implement methods of appreciating diversity. While the Holocaust was an event that victimized Jews, its evil is universal. Innovative programming helps in building tolerance, creating dialogues, and promoting a greater appreciation of diversity. The Astor Judaica Library and Community Holocaust Memorial Garden provide ideal settings for this program.

The Holocaust Education Program has:
• Developed a comprehensive curriculum for students from elementary to high schools.
• Created more than 50 informational binders to assist educators.
• Provided training to teachers, to help them create multimedia lesson plans.
• Organized many literary and cultural outreach activities for all age groups.

For more information, please contact Marcia Tatz Wollner, Director of Literary Arts & Education: 858.362.1174 or marciatw@lfjcc.com.

Defiance, Rebellion, and Resistance

2014 Community Holocaust Commemoration
Sunday, April 27, 2014
1:30 - 3:00 pm

Lawrence Family JCC

Join us as we remember the victims of the Holocaust, honor its survivors and teach future generations. Keynote Speaker: Elan Bielski, grandson of partisan Zus Bielski

This event is free and open to the public.

More Info: Marcia Tatz Wollner, 858.362.1174 or marciatw@lfjcc.com

Presented by ADL, San Diego Center for Jewish Culture, Jewish Community Foundation, Jewish Family Service, New Life Club, Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center, San Diego Rabbinical Association, Jewish Community Relations Council of the Jewish Federation of San Diego County

Holocaust Education Programs Generously Supported by the Viterbi Family Foundation