Explore our Resources page, where we’ve handpicked a range of essential links to fellow organizations and museums deeply invested in Holocaust education and remembrance, as well as social justice, race, and equality. You’ll find both local and global connections that offer a mosaic of insights.

These resources, encompassing survivor testimonies, historical archives, and much more, form a bridge between the past and present, reminding us of the importance of unity and awareness. Join us in exploring these diverse perspectives as we strive to learn, grow, and make a positive impact together.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

100 Raoul Wallenberg Place SW
Washington DC 20024-2126
202-488- 0400

Holocaust Council of Jewish Federation of Greater Metrowest

901 Rt. 10
Whippany NJ
973-929- 3067​

Museum of Jewish Heritage - Living Memorial to the holocaust

36 Battery Place, New York, NY
646-437- 4202

Other Resources

Seton Hall University– Dept. of Jewish/Christian Studies
Program Chair: Rev. Lawrence Frizzell
973-761- 9751

Community Coalition on Race (SOMA)

St. Elizabeth University’s Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education

(973) 290-4351

Genocide Watch
202-643- 1405

Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies at Seton Hall University

Anti-Defamation League
212-885- 7700

Michael Rubell’s Holocaust Remembrance Journeys