Thank you for visiting the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center. Located at Cincinnati’s historic Union Terminal, the train station where numerous Holocaust survivors arrived in Cincinnati to rebuild their lives, HHC is the only Holocaust museum in the United States with an authentic connection to its site. During your visit, we hope you learned something new, gained a different perspective, and have been inspired to make a difference today.
Your experience with us doesn’t have to end here. See a variety of ways that you can continue to engage with our mission of ensuring the lessons of the Holocaust inspire action today.
1. Take our post-visit museum experience survey.
Your opinion matters to us. Help us learn about your experience and improve visitor experience by TAKING OUR POST-VISIT MUSEUM EXPERIENCE SURVEY. It will only take you a few minutes!
2. Attend a digital or in-person event.
The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center has a ROBUST LINE-UP OF DIGITAL AND IN-PERSON EVENTS. Every Wednesday, you can join us via Zoom for our well-attended Holocaust Speaker Series, sponsored by Margaret & Michael Valentine. In this intimate and meaningful experience, speakers — including Holocaust survivors — present stories of life before, during, and after the Holocaust. Browse UPCOMING SPEAKERS ONLINE.
3. Take advantage of our resources for schools and educators.
HHC has a VARIETY OF RESOURCES, workshops, and programs to help educators increase and gain knowledge of Holocaust history, assisting in making connections to our world today. Some resources we have for students and educators include:
- HOLOCAUST STUDIES FOR EDUCATORS INSTITUTE — a summer institute for educators featuring leading experts in the field of Holocaust Studies
- BOOK A SPEAKER— including Holocaust survivors — to come to your school.
- REQUEST A TRAVELING EXHIBIT to come to your school or RESERVE AN ECHOING VOICES SUITCASE LEARNING ACTIVITY for students.
- Nominate a student for YOUTH LEADERSHIP DAY.
4. Learn from history. BE AN UPSTANDER.
You might ask yourself, “What would I have done during the Holocaust?” Instead, ask yourself what you can do right now. Upstanders are individuals who stand up for others and their rights. They fight against injustice and unfairness, and they use their character strengths to inspire action and become the best of humanity today. The Cincy Upstander Project aims to inspire our community to become upstanders through a city-wide art campaign, monthly programs, museum tours, and training opportunities. Learn about all the ways you can ENGAGE WITH THE PROJECT ONLINE.
5. Bring our mission to your company or community organization.
The Holocaust & Humanity Center often partners with libraries, community centers, and other organizations to provide meaningful programs and educational content. Ways that you can bring our mission to your organization or company include:
- Schedule a corporate training or tour by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- BOOK A SPEAKER— including Holocaust survivors — to come to your company or organization.
- Explore VIRTUAL OFFERINGS LIKE RECORDED TOURS and activities.
- Host an INFORMATIONAL ANTISEMITISM WORKSHOP for your company or organization.
6. Tell us what you like. And then tell your friends.
- Leave us a REVIEW ON GOOGLE or Yelp.
- Engage with us on TWITTER, INSTAGRAM, FACEBOOK, and LINKEDIN.
- Become A BRAND AMBASSADOR.
7. Support the museum.
Join us in our mission of ensuring the lessons of the Holocaust inspire action today. To achieve this mission, the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center relies on passionate individuals, organizations, and corporations. Your gift supports our robust educational and public programming, as well as the operation of our new, state-of-the-art museum.
You can support the Holocaust & Humanity Center in several ways: