Regional Seminars

Bringing the TOLI educational model to teachers across the United States

COVID-19 Notice: All in-person events will follow the most current local COVID guidelines including rescheduling if dictated by state/county regulations.

The Regional Seminar Program brings the TOLI educational model to teachers across the United States. Begun in 2011, these five-day seminars are designed to provide a collaborative and safe environment in which teachers can explore the difficult subject of the Holocaust and other genocides. While each seminar focuses on local issues of social injustice, their overall goal is the same: for teachers to leave with strategies, materials, and ideas for use in their own classrooms. One long-term goal is for teachers to become advocates for social change and to return to their classrooms with action plans that will enable them and their students to have a positive impact on their communities.

Browse 2024 Sessions


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Oakland, California

We Remember: Exploring the Holocaust and Antisemitism – A Seminar for Catholic School Educators

July 17-20, 2024

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New Orleans, Louisiana

Looking Toward the Future: Finding Hope Through Holocaust and Human Rights Education

June 9-14, 2024

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Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota

Honoring Resilience: Learning from the Holocaust, Dakota Exile, and Minnesota’s Tribal Nations

July 16-20, 2024

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Billings, Montana

Worlds Apart but not Strangers: Holocaust Education and Indian Education for All

July 22-27, 2024

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Albuquerque, New Mexico

They Were My Neighbors: Considering the Holocaust and Human Rights

June 10-13, 2024

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Northern Virginia/Washington, D.C.

Bringing Human Rights into the Classroom through Exploration of the Holocaust and Local Histories of Racial Injustice

August 5-9, 2024

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Portland, Oregon

Lessons from the Past: Understanding the Holocaust and Human Rights

July 30-Aug 3, 2024

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Fox Point/Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Holocaust and Civil Rights Education for Today’s Classrooms

June 23-28, 2024