We are committed to Holocaust Education and to learning through action both for today's world and for future generations. Each year, we bring Holocaust Survivors to the Atlanta community - and digitally around the world - so they may share their stories, their connections to others during the war, and the impact they have had since the war. Thus, we remember the past and reach for the future.
Our Commitment to Genocide Prevention
Preventing another genocide is an ongoing effort, and we work every day to insure that we are contributing to education and prevention efforts in our home community of Atlanta, Georgia, and around the world. We have initiated various projects, including an annual Holocaust Remembrance event, an annual fundraising run/walk, and a living memorial garden that is spreading around the world in memory of the children who perished in the Holocaust.
Stephen Jacobs entered Buchenwald at age 5 and managed to survive through courage, luck, and miracles. Today he is a prominent architect who designed the Holocaust memorials at the "little camp" in Buchenwald and in Tirana, Albania.