Holocaust Resource center
336 Harris Hill Rd. Buffalo, New York
Founded in 1983, The Holocaust Resource Center of Buffalo is committed to heightening public awareness, knowledge and understanding of the Holocaust. This is achieved through documentation and personal testimony of local holocaust survivors, through the education of future generations with in-school visits and presentations, and through a wide-range of in-service workshops, along with the distribution and loan of educational materials for teachers.
Serving as a major resource of Holocaust materials, the Center offers over 500 books on the Holocaust and Holocaust-related topics, a complete videotape library including over 100 oral testimonies, current educational enrichment materials from around the world, a complete set of instructional materials prepared by the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC, poster sets for classroom use, and book boxes containing 30-40 books each on Holocaust-related topics selected for students in grades 6-12. Class sets of Night, Daniels Story, All But My Life, The Diary of Anne Frank, The Cage, Two Pounds of Sugar, The Survivor in Us All, and others are also available for teachers.
The speakers Bureau of The Holocaust Resource Center includes local Holocaust Survivors who are volunteers. This program is available to Schools, Churches, Synagogues, organizations and businesses. A donation to the Holocaust Resource Center is suggested in honor of the speaker.
Holocaust Survivor Stephan H. Lewy spoke today this past week at Springville Middle School. “No one is born to hate,”
This past Wednday Casey Middle School hosted presentations by students and Holocaust Survivor Grigory Shershnevsky. The exhibit, “Witnesses: Buffalo’s Holocaust-Era
Yom Hashoah Commemoration Sunday, April 15 at 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM Temple Beth Tzedek 621 Getzville Rd, Amherst, New
Congratulations to HRC Program Coordinator Kelsey Reed who presented at Nazareth College on our exhibit “Witnesses: Buffalo’s Holocaust-Era Stories.” The
Yom HaShoah Commemoration Sunday, April 15 at 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM Temple Beth Tzedek 621 Getzville Rd, Amherst, New
Over 80 educators attended the Holocaust Resource Center’s conference on How Dialogue can prevent Polarization, Extremism, and Genocide.Breakout sessions included
Breakout sessions included the topics of Banned Books, the Echo Chambers in Red China and American Politics, and expanding your
One Person Can Make a Difference Sunday, January 28 at 2:00 PM Grupp Fireseide Lounge @ Canisius College 80 Hughes Avenue Buffalo,
It’s installed! see Stephan Lewy’s story ( and 8 others) at Butler Library at SUNY Buffalo State – open month of November. ” Witnesses: