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

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Recent Exhibit

Art As Conscience/ REMEMBER!
The Holocaust Art of Aaron Morgan
Currently on view.

Ehibitions

Art, like his Jewish Heritage, has always been at the core of Aaron Morgan's being. A native New Yorker, Morgan was artistically trained at the High School of Art & Design; attended Pratt Institute and is a graduate of The Cooper Union. He is a member of The American Guild of Judaic Art and The Jewish Art Salon, The Pastel Society of America, The Art Council of Port Washington, and The Huntington Arts League. Morgan describes his work as "a visual prayer for those that died during the Shoah." Read more

Programs

Holding on Through Letters:
Jewish Families During the Holocaust
Lecturer: Dr. Deborah Dwork
Sunday, April 26, 1 p.m. at the KHRCA

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Join us for a lecture by the Rose Professor of Holocaust History and founding Director of the Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Clark University. She will discuss Jewish families in Nazi Europe who tried to hold onto each other through letters, but wartime conditions applied.  Letters were censored and could not be sent between countries at war.  She will address the following questions: How did families keep in contact with each other?  And, if contact was able to be established, what could they say and what to remain silent? 

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Visit Us

All group visits to the Harriet & Kenneth Kupferberg Holocaust Center & Archives are by appointment only.

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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

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.