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Holocaust Remembrance Day Event Toolkit

Holocaust Remembrance Day (Hebrew: יום השואה or Yom HaShoah) is a day of commemoration for the approximately six million Jews murdered in the Holocaust by Nazi Germany and its collaborators, and for the Jewish resistance in that period. The Holocaust is an event that can – and should – be remembered and commemorated by everyone, regardless of background or identity. Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center developed the below guide to help those who wish to design and host their own Holocaust Remembrance Day commemorative event.

Below are Holocaust Remembrance Day events hosted by the community. Please contact us to add your event to this page:

education@ilhmec.org | 847.967.4840

No events available at this time – check here for updates.

Photo credits: David Seide

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