April 27, 1pm ET You are invited to discuss President Biden's Statement on Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day and its consequences. Panelists: Bernard Kouchner (former foreign minister of France and Special Representative of the UN Secretary General) Daniel Fried (former Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs and Weiser Family Distinguished Fellow at the Atlantic […]

Stop the Hate: Marking the 150th Anniversary Ku Klux Klan Act

Maltz Museum 2929 Richmond Road, Beachwood

Please join the OCHGE and our cosponsors for the following event. Sunday June 27, 3:00 pm Online Program Free to attend This year marks the 150th anniversary of the Ku Klux Klan Act, also known as the Civil Rights Act of 1871. Yet, violent acts of racism, antisemitism, and xenophobia fill our news channels and […]


New Approaches to Teaching the Armenian Genocide

Join the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, the Ohio Council on Holocaust and Genocide Education, and Facing History and Ourselves for a FREE educator workshop led by the California-based Genocide Education Project. Participants will learn the general contours of the history of the Armenian Genocide as well as how to use objects in the classroom for a powerful pedagogical experience. School educators will receive a free survivor memoir for their school libraries and earn one contact hour for professional development. The workshop content will focus on the needs of educators and students in middle school and high school classrooms.


Understanding the Holocaust: Propaganda

Join the OCHGE in Partnership with the Holocaust & Humanity Center Studying the Holocaust raises more questions than answers. We continue to seek knowledge from this tragic event to help us navigate the present and secure a better future. Join us for four monthly sessions exploring the factors that led to the rise of Nazism, […]

Democracy at Risk: Holocaust and Human Behavior

Join the OCHGE in partnership with Facing History and Ourselves In today’s world, questions of how to build and maintain democratic societies that are pluralistic, open, and resilient to violence are more relevant than ever. This two-day workshop will introduce participants to Facing History’s approach to the study of the Holocaust, which enables students to […]