Category Archives: Announcements

Educators Gather virtually for Holocaust Education Program as Hate Crimes Surge, July 26-30

On July 26-30, educators from across Wisconsin will gather virtually to participate in a week-long seminar on teaching the Holocaust and the danger of intolerance. The seminar takes place as hate-fueled extremism and attacks on minorities have reached alarming levels in the US.  Looking to the Past to Envision the Future: Holocaust Education and Lessons […continue]

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Educators Gather in Albuquerque for Holocaust Education Program as Hate Crimes Surge, July 19-23

On July 19-23, educators from across New Mexico will gather in Albuquerque to participate in a week-long seminar focused on teaching the Holocaust, the danger of intolerance, and the impact on the diverse peoples of New Mexico.  The seminar takes place as hate-fueled extremism and attacks on minorities have reached alarming levels in the US.  […continue]

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Educators Gather in Salisbury for Holocaust Education Program as Hate Crimes Surge, July 18-23

On July 18-23, educators from across Maryland will gather in Salisbury to participate in a week-long seminar, The Holocaust, Human Rights, and the Role of Education. The program focuses on meaningful ways to teach the Holocaust and other events that reflect intolerance and persecution. Teachers will explore the history of the Holocaust and European antisemitism, […continue]

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Educators Gather in St. Cloud for Holocaust Education Program as Hate Crimes Surge

Program to focus on the roots of antisemitism and the impact of state and federal policy on Indigenous Peoples. On July 11-17, seventeen educators from Minnesota, Arizona, Massachusetts, and Mississippi will gather in St. Cloud to participate in a week-long seminar focused on teaching the Holocaust and Dakota Exile. Teachers will explore the parallels between […continue]

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Teachers take part in NC Holocaust Seminar as Extremism, Hatred Surge in US

On July 11-16, educators from the Carolinas will gather in Charlotte, for a program on teaching the Holocaust and viewing other atrocities through its prism. The seminar takes place as extremism and attacks on minorities have reached alarming levels in the US.  The seminar, Defying the “Single Story”: Resistance, Holocaust, and Human Rights in the […continue]

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California program for educators on Holocaust and other atrocities, July 8-29

Virtual event taking place as extremism and hate crimes surge across America Sixteen educators from four different states, along with dynamic speakers and presenters from across the nation, will gather on July 8-29 for a virtual program on teaching the Holocaust and human rights. The seminar takes place when attacks on Jews and other minorities […continue]

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Program focuses on the history of racial injustice in Virginia

June 21-25, seventeen educators from Virginia and Maryland will gather virtually, with in-person field trips to DC and Leesburg, VA, for a program on teaching the Holocaust. The seminar takes place when extremism and attacks on minorities have reached alarming levels in the US. The seminar, Bringing Human Rights into the Classroom through Exploration of […continue]

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Educators Gather in Tulsa to Study Holocaust, Human Rights, and the Tulsa Race Massacre

Educators from Oklahoma will gather in Tulsa, June 21-25,  for a  program Social Justice Lessons in the Heartland: Exploring the Holocaust and Human Rights in Oklahoma’s History. The seminar  will explore the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre and provide strategies to teach Oklahoma history through social justice.  The seminar, sponsored and organized by the Olga Lengyel […continue]

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Teachers Join Summer Programs to Confront Surge of Hate

With extremism and hate crimes unprecedentedly high across the US, many teachers are availing themselves of TOLI Holocaust education programs this summer as a lens through which to address the causes and consequences of intolerance. “History, specifically the Holocaust, has taught us what happens when good people stand by and do nothing. This generation is […continue]

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EDUCATORS GATHER IN BILLINGS FOR HOLOCAUST PROGRAM

Nineteen educators from Montana, Oregon, and Wisconsin will gather in Billings, June 13-19,  for a  program on teaching the Holocaust.  The seminar takes place when extremism and attacks on minorities have reached alarming levels in the US.  The seminar, Worlds Apart but not Strangers: Holocaust Education and Indian Education for All, focuses upon the impact […continue]

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