Weinberg Center of Holocaust Education For Students in Atlanta, GA
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Resources for Students

The Weinberg Center for Holocaust Education is committed to passing on the lessons of the Holocaust to the future generations. A host of information is made available to those students whose classes have scheduled a tour of our Absence of Humanity exhibition, and if your class is preparing for a visit your teacher or professor should already have the material. A sampling of the Holocaust history documents they have or will receive can be found below. For more information on our Holocaust student resources and related educational material please contact Rabbi Joe Prass at jprass@thebreman.org or 404-870-1865.

The Cuba Family Archives is a wonderful resource for primary and secondary source information on the Holocaust as well as Southern Jewish History. If you are interested in conducting a Holocaust research project please schedule an appointment or Ask the Archivist your research question.

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