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Education Programs

Voices of History Summer Theater Workshop

Apply now for our summer theater workshop for middle and high school students, August 7-11. Students will interview Holocaust Survivors and learn to write, direct, and act in scenes inspired by the Holocaust Survivors' personal experiences.

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B'nai Mitzvah: Acts of Memory

LAMOTH's B'nai Mitzvah: Acts of Memory project invites every child who is preparing for bar/bat mitzvah to remember a child who perished in the Holocaust. Through this simple program, the bar/bat mitzvah student takes on a meaningful role in the preservation of memory.

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SURVIVOR INTERVIEWS ON KPFK 90.7 FM

LAMOTH and KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles present a new radio series produced by Paula Kessler, Surviving the Holocaust: Stories of Life. Excerpts of interviews with Survivors Harry Davids, Edith Frankie, and Dorothy Greenstein can be heard on KPFK 90.7 FM Sundays at 9:58am, Mondays at 7:58am, and Wednesdays at 4:58pm. Click below for more information and to listen to excerpts from the series.

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COLLECTION HIGHLIGHT

Synagogue in Enschede, Netherlands,1929

Synagogue in Enschede, Netherlands,1929

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CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

Names Instead of Numbers: Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp

This international traveling exhibit from Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site’s Remembrance Book Project is a collection of biographies that gives voice to some of the 200,000+ prisoners who were deported to Dachau between 1933 and 1945. The exhibit is supplemented with artifacts, letters, photographs, and personal testimonies from LAMOTH's collection and curated to depict the different groups of people targeted by the Nazis for dehumanization, slave labor, torture, and death.

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MUSEUM NEWS

Holocaust museum seeks volunteer docents

JUN 8, 2017

By Park LaBrea News - Beverly Press The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust is now accepting applications for its annual docent training program. (photo courtesy of Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust) Volunteer docents lead tours for the thousands of students and other visitors who visit the museum every month. During the training, which begins on Sept. 27 and meets every Wednesday for 10...

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Holocaust Survivor Talk: Joseph Alexander

JUL 21, 2017

Joseph Alexander was born in 1922 in Kowal, Poland. He and his family enjoyed a comfortable and stable life until Nazi Germany invaded Poland in 1939. At the beginning of the war, Joseph's family...


Holocaust Survivor Talk: Mary Bauer

JUL 23, 2017

Mary Bauer was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1927. Her father was conscripted into labor service when she was a teenager. In 1944, Nazi Germany invaded Hungary, its former ally, and Mary and her family...

Museum Tour

JUL 23, 2017

Tours are led by docents and offer an overview of the history of the Holocaust through close observation of Museum artifacts and documents. Museum tours last 45 minutes to an hour.


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The Jewish Federation

Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust is a beneficiary agency of The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles