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The Holocaust Museum & Learning Center is currently closed as we are taking precautionary steps suggested by respected governmental and medical agencies to protect our visitors and employees during the COVID-19 situation. Out of an abundance of caution, all events have been postponed until further notice. Yom HaShoah has been cancelled for 2020.
Lawyers Without Rights: Jewish Lawyers in Germany Under the Third Reich
An American Bar Association Travelling Exhibit
March 8-June 9, 2020
Law Library Association of St. Louis, 10 N. Tucker Blvd., 13th Floor (Civil Courts Building)
Opening Presentation with Dr. William Meineke, US Holocaust Memorial Museum
Sunday, March 8, 2-3:30 pm | Free and open to all.
Visit https://llastl.org/events-exhibits for more information about the exhibit and related programs.
Sponsored locally by the ADL, the Jewish Federation of St. Louis, HMLC, and the St. Louis Law Library .
The Picture of Unreality: Camp Liberation and Liberators
Exhibit Open April 2-May 19, 2020
Kaplan-Feldman Complex, 12 Millstone Campus Dr., 63146
Spring 2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the majority of the concentration/forced labor camps in Europe. This exhibition, drawn from the holdings of the Holocaust Museum & Learning Center, focuses on contact between the liberated and the liberators.
POSTPONED: Exhibit Opening: Thursday, April 2, 6:30 pm | Speaker: John McManus, historian and author, “Hell Before Their Eyes: American Soldiers Liberate and Witness the Camps”
Sunday, April 19, 1 pm | Film/Documentary: “Path of the Past”
Introductory remarks and post-screening discussion by Lou Baczewski, film director and grandson of the subject, and Louis “Louch” Baczewski of the 3rd Armored Division, Sherman Tank Crew.
Tuesday, April 21, 11 am | Speaker: Jack Sacco, author of “Where the Birds Never Sing: The True Story of the 92nd Signal Battalion and the Liberation of Dachau”
Soldiers Memorial Military Museum, 1315 Chestnut St., St. Louis
Learn more and register at HMLC.org/Liberators.
25th Anniversary Dinner
Sunday, August 23, 2020
The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis
As the Holocaust Museum & Learning Center’s 25th anniversary approaches, one way we will honor the milestone is with a special logo. It appears here on this page and will be used on letters, event programs, and our website. The year 2020 will mark a quarter century since the Museum opened. Commemorative events will occur through the year, so stay tuned for details in the coming months.
Since the Museum opened, it has welcomed half a million visitors from nearly all 50 states and many countries around the world. Even more have online access to our oral histories and other information.
“We look forward to continuing our tradition of using the lessons of the Holocaust to empower our guests to speak out against hatred, discrimination, and injustice,” said Jean Cavender, Museum Director. “We look forward to a very special year.” More information about the event is forthcoming.