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Holocaust education is history , literature, social studies, ethics, politics, art, and so much more.

It is through studying the Holocaust that we learn the importance of promoting equity, taking action, and speaking out against bigotry and indifference. 

Check out our Virtual Programs & Materials For Schools (Click Here) 

"Every public middle school, junior high school, and high school is strongly encouraged to include in its curriculum instruction on the Holocaust." - Washington State Holocaust Education Bill, passed April 2019

To help schools and educators meet this recommendation, the Holocaust Center for Humanity provides free of charge:


Best Practices: Teaching Materials 

User-friendly online platform with liter ature guides, lesson outlines, videos, and interactive activities.

Virtual Speakers Bureau

Holocaust survivors and their descendants of survivors, who share their stories with students and community members throughout Washington.

Artifact Kits & Teaching Trunks 

Engaging grade-specific materials and artifacts! Free to borrow! 

Live Virtual Field Trips 

A live knowledgeable docent will highlight key stories, artifacts, images, and pivotal events featured in the exhibit. Also available in Spanish!

Professional Development

Online teacher workshops, book discussion groups, Virtual Lunch-and-Learn series, and more. Clock hours offered on select programs. See what's coming up! 

Powell Teacher Fellowship 

A 5-day intensive summer institute designed for teachers in the Pacific Northwest of grades 6-12. 

State Requirements 

Holocaust Education Bill SB6512 signed in April 2019! Find out what it means for you. 


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