Programming

The Tennessee Holocaust Commission (THC) educates Tennesseans about the history of the Holocaust, promotes its remembrance and encourages tolerance and understanding among all people by providing seminars, resources, workshops, traveling exhibits and commemorations reminding citizens that prejudice, hatred and violence lead to the destruction of a humane society.

Programs

  • Belz-Lipman Holocaust Educator of the Year Award

    This annual award recognizes outstanding teachers in the field of Holocaust education.

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  • “Living On”

    A multifaceted documentary project featuring portraits of Holocaust survivors and U.S. Army liberators living in Tennessee.

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  • Speakers

    Powerful stories from survivors and liberators come to life at your school, organization or group.

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  • Tennessee Annual Day of Remembrance

    The THC leads this annual day of reflection in cooperation with state officials.

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  • Tennessee Holocaust Commission Teacher Fellows

    This program trains outstanding Holocaust educators from throughout the state of Tennessee with unique firsthand experiences so that they may serve as liaisons for the Tennessee Holocaust Commission in their region of the state.

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