“I don’t want my past to become my grandchildren’s future.”
Not even eighty years after the Holocaust, local Cincinnati survivor Zahava Rendler shares these words of warning in every talk she gives. Like many of us, she’s deeply worried about the rise in antisemitism in our city and around the world.
The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust and Humanity Center is preserving and sharing stories like Zahava’s — touching hearts and changing minds. In fact, 91.7 percent of surveyed individuals say they feel the responsibility to stand up to antisemitism and hate after attending one of the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust and Humanity Center’s programs or visiting the museum. When you support our work, you ensure this work continues into perpetuity. You transform Zahava’s hope for a better world into a promise of a stronger tomorrow.