In 2004, the Center began "To Tomorrow’s Children," a project to preserve the legacy of Holocaust survivors for tomorrow’s children. This multi-phase project is based on the stories of local survivors who work with the Center. The project has led to the creation of several valuable educational resources.
The book,To Tomorrow’s Children, features the stories and photographs of twenty-nine local Holocaust survivors accompanied by their messages for future generations.
A traveling exhibit entitled Survival of the Human Spirit: Triumph over Adversity is comprised of 32 panels displaying the photographs and stories from our book, To Tomorrow’s Children.
The film, Soulsaving: Common Threads of Kindness, was produced in collaboration with Act 1 Presentations. This film focuses on rescue during the Holocaust. Nine Holocaust survivors describe how moments of kindness enabled them to survive the Holocaust.
The Exhibit, A Journey to Life, is a multimedia, interactive exhibit that teaches the lessons of the Holocaust through the life experiences of local Holocaust survivors, and fosters awareness and activism to address genocide and human rights abuses today.
The curriculum suitcases, A Journey to Life, present the life experiences of local survivors. Scrapbooks containing their treasured photographs, documents and other mementos weave together the story of each survivor’s personal journey.
A book, A Tribute to Holocaust Survivors in Our Community, shares the photographs of 141 Holocaust survivors, narratives of their Holocaust experiences and personal statements.
Please contact the Center to purchase the books and film and to schedule the exhibits and curriculum suitcases at your location.