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Additional Holocaust and Diversity Resources

Holocaust

Aish HaTorah
 Aish HaTorah is a non-profit, apolitical network of Jewish educational centers, with 25 branches on 5 continents. Aish provides opportunities for Jews of all backgrounds to discover the beauty and meaning of their heritage in an atmosphere of open inquiry and mutual respect. This web site contains articles and historical information on the Holocaust.

The Auschwitz Albu
This is a virtual version of the original album of photos on display at Yad Vashem. The photos in this album are the only surviving images of the extermination process at AuschwitzBirkenau.

Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies
This site has video archives of Holocaust survivor testimonies.

Generations Of The Shoah International
Provides information on Holocaust educational and memorial programming and links to survivors and second and third generations.

Holocaust Resource Center and Archives at Queensborough Community College
The Center acts as an ongoing witness to history. Through extensive research and documentation, and by chronicling the testimonies of survivors, the Center embraces the lessons learned from the Holocaust to each tolerance, to understand prejudice, and to embrace the lives and legacies of the survivors.

Holocaust Survivors’ Network
Here you will find historic Holocaust photographs with commentary. The materials are from The Auschwitz Album published by Yad Vashem.

Jewish Foundation for the Righteous
Jewish Foundation for the Righteous honors and supports gentiles who acted heroically to save jews from the Holocaust.

Jewish Partisan Educational Foundation
Sponsored by the Jewish Partisan Educational Foundation, this site has materials for students and educators on those who resisted the Nazis.

National Freedom of Information Coalition
The Association of Holocaust Organizations was established in 1985. Its purpose is to serve as a network of organizations and individuals for the advancement of Holocaust programming, awareness, education and research. Use this web site to access web sites of member organizations.

The Nizkor Project
This site contains articles and research materials on the Holocaust.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is America’s national institution for the documentation, study, and interpretation of Holocaust history, and serves as this country’s memorial to the millions of people murdered during the Holocaust. This web site contains information about the museum and the exhibits, as well as research tools for studying the Holocaust.

USC Shoah Foundation Institute
Educational materials and video archives of survivors.

War Crime Trials at Nuremberg
Nuremberg material from the Truman Library.

Zipple.com Holocaust Center
This is a comprehensive collection of Holocaust links from Zipple.com, a Jewish/Israel Internet clearinghouse.

HOLOCAUST DENIAL

Focal Point
Web site featuring David Irving, a prominent Holocaust denier.

Danish Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
The Danish Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies web site.

The News Media and Holocaust Denial
Includes coverage of a British lawsuit for defamation brought by a Holocaust denier; case was dismissed.

The Irving Libel Trial
Coverage of the defamation lawsuit brought by David Irving.

Palestinian Holocaust Denial
A site that discusses Holocaust denial originating with Hamas.

Dangers of Holocaust Denial
Story by person sued for allegedly defaming a Holocaust denier.

Jordanian Writers Plan Holocaust Denial Meeting
Holocaust denial activity by Middle Eastern group.

Shoah Revisionists Feel Emboldened As Anti-Zionist Rhetoric Gains in U.S.
An article about revisionist activity.

Holocaust Denial: A Global Survey – 2003
A global survey of revisionist activity.

SLAVERY

The Underground Railroad in New York
Resource about the Underground Railroad in New York.

Encyclopedia of Slavery
Encyclopedia of slavery, including slave narratives and historical information.

Slavery in New York
Tour of the New York Historic Society, “Slavery in New York,” exhibit.

The Underground Railroad
Game that promotes learning about the Underground Railroad.

Slavery on Long Island
Links to sites with information about slavery on Long Island.

CIVIL RIGHTS

The King Center
The site of the Martin Luther King Organization.

The Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute 
A site maintained by Stanford University on the work of Martin Luther King, Jr.

National Civil Rights Museum
Historical information and exhibits covering the Civil War through the struggle for civil rights.

NAACP Home Page
Web site for the civil rights organization.

Diversity, Inc.
Publisher of content for the business community on diversity issues.

International Civil Rights Center and Museum
Historical information about the Greensboro sit-in, a significant turning point in the civil rights movement.

The Museum of Black Innovations and Inventions
The inventions of African-Americans are chronicled on this site.

TOLERANCE EDUCATION AND TEACHER RESOURCES

Southern Poverty Law Center
The site of the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Holocaust Teacher Resource Center
Teacher resources sponsored by the Holocaust Education Foundation.

New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education
Curricular materials.

Holocaust Resource Center
The Richard Stockton College offers a graduate program in Holocaust education and provides links to other Holocaust materials.

GENOCIDE

Armenian Genocide
Information on the Armenian genocide.

Leave None to Tell the Story: Genocide in Rwanda
Report on the Rwandan genocide.

Web Genocide Documentation Centre
The web site of the University of the West of England provides extensive materials and links related to genocide.

HUMAN RIGHTS

Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch organization.

A Summary of United Nations Agreements on Human Rights
United Nations agreements on human rights.

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