Kol Israel Foundation is an organization of Jewish Holocaust Survivors, their families, and supporters committed to educate future generations by preserving the memories of the past, carrying forward the message into the future and keeping the voices alive.
For teachers and other interested adult learners. Seminar explores variety of Holocaust themes, corresponding to annual theme of the City of Akron Holocaust Arts and Writing Contest. Includes, keynote presentation, historical background, resources, survivor testimony. Held annually in the fall.
Through rigorous investigation of the events that led to the Holocaust and other recent examples of genocide and mass violence, students in a Facing History class learn to choose knowledge over misinformation, compassion over prejudice or bullying, and participation over indifference or resignation.
Face to Face is an original Holocaust educational fieldtrip program, for public and private school students in Northeast Ohio.
Echoes and Reflections is a comprehensive Holocaust education program that delivers professional development and a rich array of resources for middle and high school teachers.
Holocaust Memorial on the grounds of the Jewish Community Center in Youngstown
Last Embrace glimpses the final desperate moment in the life of all humanity as it faces destruction at the hands of an overwhelming and inhuman force.
Zion Memorial Park is a Jewish cemetery located in Bedford Heights, southeast of Cleveland, Ohio.
Monument in Memory of the Six Million was dedicated by Workmen’s Circle Members of Branch 587 and Friends on September 17, 1961.