The Ghetto Fighter’s House
Israel Ghetto Fighters House-Beith Lohamei Hagetaot
Simon Wiesenthal Center
The Simon Wiesenthal Center is an international Jewish human rights organization dedicated to preserving the memory of the Holocaust by fostering tolerance and understanding through community involvement, educational outreach and social action.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
This is an extensive website from the national museum in Washington, D.C., complete with searchable photo archives.
Anne Frank Center
The Anne Frank Center USA is a nonprofit organization that promotes the universal message of tolerance by developing and disseminating a variety of educational programs including exhibitions, workshops and special events.
Holocaust History Project
The Holocaust History Project is a free archive of documents, photographs, recordings, videos and essays regarding the Holocaust, including direct refutation of Holocaust-denial.
This is the official web site of the Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Authority in Israel.
Faces of Survival
UTSA graduate and honor students have produced the new “Faces of Survival” exhibit for display at the Institute of Texan Cultures. The class used the Holocaust as a model to explore the conditions which can lead to genocide at any time, in any place: Germany, Cambodia, Armenia, Rwanda, Guatemala and other nations. View and download lesson plans and resources to accompany your visit to the exhibit. Created by students in the UTSA History Department, this guide is meant to be incorporated into your classroom activities.
The Jewish Federation of San Antonio
The Jewish Federation of San Antonio is dedicated to building a strong Jewish community in San Antonio and worldwide.
Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission
In 2009, Governor Rick Perry signed into law legislation that created the Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission, a state agency established to ensure that resources are available to students, educators, and the general public regarding the Holocaust and other genocides.
Consisting of twelve state-appointed commissioners, the THGC seeks to forge relationships with interested parties to coordinate or modify courses of study and awareness programs, and coordinate commemorative events to further pursue its mission. Commission programs include educator workshops, oral history testimonies, lesson plan and educational resource development, memorials and exhibits, grant funding, volunteer engagement, and a student video contest.
The THGC works closely with the Texas Education Agency (TEA) and the state’s Education Service Centers (ESC) to provide necessary resources and training for teachers, while also developing projects that engage students. The Commissioners of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) and Texas Veterans Commissions (TVC) join the TEA Commissioner as ex-officio members, helping the Commission reach Texans of all ages.
Ultimately, the THGC would like to imbue in individuals a sense of responsibility to uphold human value, especially in the face of genocidal travesty, while also recognizing the horrific acts as well as the people throughout these atrocities that participated in the preservation of human sanctity.
For more information on THGC activities or to be involved in the Commission’s mission, visit the Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission Website.