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GenShoah Meeting

Stories from Children of Survivors

The GenShoah SWFL group welcomes children and grandchildren of Holocaust Survivors. It provides special programs and get-togethers connecting 2nd generation (2G) and 3rd (3G) generation families living in or spending time in SWFL.

GenShoah Meeting
The History of Rwanda in Ten Pictures

The History of Rwanda in Ten Pictures

“The History of Rwanda in Ten Pictures” exhibit is a traveling exhibit on loan from the Peace Center for Forgiveness and Reconciliation (PCFR) in Indianapolis, whose founder, Kizito Kalima, survived the Rwandan Genocide in 1994.

The History of Rwanda in Ten Pictures

Check out our virtual tours and other videos on YouTube

Visit our YouTube channel to view virtual tours and other videos including a six-part series commemorating the 75th anniversary of Liberation.

The boxcar as displayed in front of the Holocaust Museum.

The Boxcar Project

The Boxcar has visited more than 75 locations, including public libraries, churches, elementary, middle and high schools, colleges and universities.

The boxcar as displayed in front of the Holocaust Museum.

Our Mission

Teach the lessons of the Holocaust to inspire action against bigotry, hatred, and violence.

We do this through:

  • Displaying artifacts and photographs which tell the individual stories within the larger history of the Holocaust;
  • Providing Educational programs and activities to students at all grade levels;
  • Presenting general public programs and exhibits that highlight elements of our collection and stories related to the Holocaust and other genocides;
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