"It was cool to have a chance to listen to a real person speak about what he went through during the Holocaust. He was the most credible source that we could have. I learned a lot more through his pictures and stories." ~ Boys Latin Charter School student

"I Never Saw Another Butterfly" and Holocaust speaker

Join us on Wednesday February 27th, 2013 at 10am for a stunning performance of "I Never Saw Another Butterfly" from the Wolf Performing Arts Center and stay to hear Trudy Klein Gompers speak at 11am about her Holocaust experience and her family that was left behind in Austria in 1938.

Recommended donation to the Holocaust Awareness Museum: $10

For more information and to reserve your seat, call 215-464-4701.

USHMM Professional Development Trip

Are you a teacher looking for an opportunity to learn how to effectively teach the Holocaust to your students? Or are you new to teaching the Holocaust and want to learn how to effectively teach the Holocaust to your students?

Then join us on Thursday June 21st, 2012 for a professional development trip to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Cost is $40 per person ($5 discount for Museum members).

Register now, 10 seats remain!
RSVP deadline is June 8.

Please select your choice of lunch sandwich from the following and include it in your RSVP:
Tuna Turkey Corned Beef Vegetarian

  • 7am departure from the Holocaust Awareness Museum, 10100 Jamison Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19116
  • 4pm departure from the USHMM
  • Lunch will be provided. Dinner is on yo
  • ur own at the Maryland House rest stop on I-95

  • On bus talks and trip escort by a Holocaust survivor, Holocaust educator Deanne Comer & Holocaust Awareness Museum Program Director Phil Holtje
  • Reserved admission to the USHMM
  • Professional Development Workshop with United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Program Coordinator Christina Chavarria

For more information or to RSVP, contact Phil Holtje at the Holocaust Awareness Museum at 215-464-4701 or holocaustawarenessmuseum@gmail.com

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Tibor Rubin, Medal of Honor recipient and Holocaust survivor

Corporal Tibor Rubin covered the withdrawal of his unit against a superior enemy force on October 30, 1950, and helped his fellow POWs survive while imprisoned in Korea from 1950 to 1953. He is also a Holocaust survivor from Hungary. He was awarded the Medal of Honor on September 23, 2005, after a review of the military records of Jewish-American veterans whose heroism might have been overlooked.

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