"And When the Last Survivor is Gone, Who Will Tell of the Holocaust?"

slide slide slide slide slide

Current and Upcoming Exhibits

Women at the Frontline of Mass Violence and Genocide - an Exhibit by Father Patrick Desbois and Yahad-In Unum

On View through September 15th

Hollywood Cover

After more than 12 years of field investigation on the Holocaust by Bullets and contemporary mass crimes, Yahad-In Unum's exhibit aims to give voice to women who were victims of mass violence perpetrated in various countries and continents from WWII until today. The exhibit presents the fates of: Jewish female survivors of the Holocaust, Roma female survivors of the Porajmos - the genocide of Roma during WWII, Indigenous women from Guatemala - victims during the internal armed conflict in the 1980s, and Yazidi female survivors - victims of ISIS in Iraq today. 

Learn More About KHRCA Exhibitions

Public Programming at KHRCA

First KHC 2016-17 Colloquium Event
Refuge Denied:
St. Louis Passengers and the Holocaust
Wednesday, September 21st, 2016 at 12:20pm
Will be held in Science Building - Room S111

Refuge Denied Cover

Dr. Scott Miller, Director of Curatorial Affairs at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, discusses the fate of the passengers of the SS St. Louis ship that left Nazi Germany in 1939 only to be turned away by the Cuban and US governments upon arrival.

The KHC Colloquia, initiated in the 2012/2013 academic year, is supported by funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities. 

Click for Information on all KHC Events

Click to download Fall 2016-Spring 2017 Catalog of Events

Visit the Center

Members of the public are welcome. We are open Monday-Friday, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM. There is no admission fee. 
All group visits to the KHRCA are by appointment only. Groups can be scheduled for Monday – Thursday from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Friday 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM and on designated Sundays. To schedule a visit contact 718-281-5770. Read more

Sign Up for the KHRCA Mailing List

Mission Statement

The mission of the Harriet and Kenneth Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center & Archives is to use the lessons of the Holocaust to educate current and future generations about the ramifications of unbridled prejudice, racism and stereotyping.

Since its inception, the Holocaust Resource Center and Archives has relied heavily on State and City funding. In these uncertain economic times, and in order to ensure the future of this center and its critical work, these funding sources are not enough. Please help ensure that the voices and lessons of the past can continue to shape the citizens of the future.

Give now!