The Center On The Holocaust, Diversity & Human Understanding maintains significant collections of original materials that document the Holocaust and chronicle slavery in America. CHDHU’s mission is to educate our community on historical events, and to promote cultural understanding and respect for human dignity.

Our vision is of a world in which each person can live in peaceful coexistence and pursue a life in freedom and dignity, and in which our citizens reflect upon their moral responsibilities.

Conversation of Survivors
A Conversation Among Survivors” featuring Steven Klipstein (moderator), and Holocaust survivors, Werner Reich (pictured), Ruth Minsky Sender(pictured), Hannah Robinson and Annie Bleiberg.

The Center has become a worldwide resource for those looking to educate themselves on issues around peaceful coexistence and inclusion.

CHDHU is an active sponsor of Embracing our Differences, a curated art exhibit that features local Long Island artists. Over 25 banners are displayed around Long Island each year promoting diversity and inclusion. Learn more.

Artist: Eileen Palmer Artist Quote: This is a Garden of Hope; a hope that we all can take what is broken, piece it together, and find unity.


*Tours of the center are available. Contact Us to schedule today.

To educate, promote cultural understanding, and respect human dignity.