Tennessee Holocaust Commission 2301 Vanderbilt Place-PMB 406311 Nashville, TN 37240 (615) 343-2563 www.tennesseeholocaust commission.org Larry Leibowitz, chair Danielle Kahane-Kaminsky, executive director danielle.kahane-kaminsky@ vanderbilt.edu
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” – George Santayana
• Educational outreach • Trips to the U.S. Holocaust Museum • Trips to primary Holocaust sites in Europe • Belz-Lipman Holocaust Educator of the Year Award • Adult workshops • Speakers bureau • Annual Days of Remembrance commemorations • “Living On” multimedia exhibition featuring Tennessee survivors and liberators • Traveling exhibits •
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ne of the oldest and most recognized organizations of its kind in the United States, the Tennessee Holocaust Commission was formed in 1984 to commemorate the Holocaust and educate the public about it. We provide seminars, educational resources, workshops, traveling exhibits and commemorations to school systems and communities statewide. The commission creates awareness of the Holocaust to fight prejudice and to encourage tolerance and understanding among all people. Our efforts include: • Educator programs • Teacher workshops and fellowships • Customized classroom resources • Loaned literature
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Guide to Jewish Nashville 2017