• Achievements

    Among our many achievements: Survival of the Human Spirit: Triumph over Adversity, a traveling exhibit about local Holocaust survivors; Soulsaving: Common Threads of Kindness, a film on rescue; The Exhibit: A Journey to Life, a museum exhibit and traveling exhibit featuring Holocaust and genocide survivors, A Tribute to Holocaust Survivors in Our Community, a book and multimedia presentations.
  • Archives

    Chhange houses the only Holocaust/ genocide archives in New Jersey with more than 600 items donated by local survivors.  Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Executive Director, about donations to the archives and to inquire about research opportunities.

  • Education

    Using our many resources, including a Speakers' Bureau, curriculum suitcases, and many programs and services Chhange educates to combat hate and discrimination.
  • Holocaust Survivor Histories

    View our Slideshows and Scrapbooks about local survivors Ellen Dorman, Helena Flaum, John Woolf and others who have shared their life experiences with you.

  • Consequences of Hate and Bias in our Community

    In partnership with the Office of the Monmouth County Prosecutor and Ocean County Youth Services, Chhange provides a 12- week education program for juvenile bias crime offenders. Under the leadership of Chhange Director of Education Jane Denny, Detective David D'Amico and with speakers such as Holocaust survivor Helena Flaum, more than 83 juveniles have graduated the program and not one of the graduates has returned to the system for a bias crime.
  • Membership

    We offer several benefits, such as free admission to some events to members of the Center for Holocaust, Human Rights & Genocide Education. If you haven't signed up, please consider joining us. If you are a member, please consider upgrading your membership. Click here to enroll or upgrade your membership.
  • The Mission of Chhange

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  • Our Supporters

    The Center for Holocaust, Human Rights & Genocide Education offers numerous ways for businesses and individuals to help us make a difference. We welcome supporters for events, programs, displays and more. Click here for more details on sponsorship opportunities.
  • Our New Facility

    SK D 12953 v2SK D 12933 2Please visit our new Center located in the Bankier Library at the Brookdale Community College campus in Lincroft, New Jersey.


  • The Generations

    This new initiative of the Center for Holocaust, Human Rights & Genocide Education brings together children and grandchildren of Holocaust survivors who desire  to preserve the lessons of the Holocaust. Click here for more information on The Generations.
     
  • Opening Exhibit

    Claire Boren Art 3 SK D 11472Chhange's first temporary exhibit featured: Uncovering Memory: The Art of Claire Boren. To read her artist statement and see more of her art click here.

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Chhange Goes to Washington

The 100 Days of Silence Exhibit, commemorating the 20th Anniversary of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda, was on display in the foyer of the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, D.C. on December 2, 2014. This fantastic exhibit of life-sized art figures (created by local Middle and High School students) depicts the hardships that were endured. We had a phenomenal turnout that included local and national government officials.

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