Two years ago Ancestry.com and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum created the World Memory Project. This project is part of the World Archives Project and allows anyone, anywhere to help create the largest free online resource for information about victims and survivors of the Holocaust and Nazi persecution during WWII.
Although our partnership started only two years ago the USHMM has been bringing their message to patrons visiting the Museum for almost twenty years. Throughout the next few months there are events in 4 different cities where you can join us to help celebrate their anniversary of 20 years honoring memory and inspiring action. At these events you will have the opportunity to:
To join us at one of the following upcoming events, and to see the schedule of sessions for each event, visit ushmm.neveragain.org or click on the link below.
Los Angeles, California – Sunday, February 17 at the Skirball Cultural Center
New York, New York – Sunday, March 3 at the Hilton New York
Washington, D.C. – Sunday, April 28 and Monday, April 29
Chicago, Illinois – Sunday, June 9
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