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Established in 2002, the Birmingham Holocaust Education Center (BHEC) is one of four regional divisions of the Alabama Holocaust Commission (AHC)* dedicated to Holocaust remembrance and education.

Inspired by Alabama Holocaust survivors whose presence in our community makes us mindful of the injustices in their past, the BHEC is committed to preserving their memories and continuing their legacies.

The lessons of the Holocaust are profound and relevant, providing a platform to explore important ethical and moral issues.  Our goal is to keep the history of the Holocaust alive by providing engaging resources, programs, and initiatives to the students, teachers, and communities of Alabama.  Through Holocaust education, we hope to ensure that new generations will apply the lessons of the Holocaust to the construction of a more just, humane, and tolerant future.

 

For EducatorsView Darkness Into Life Exhibit
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Alabama Survivors
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* The Alabama Holocaust Commission (AHC) is recognized as a
"Center of Excellence"

by the
Jewish Foundation for the Righteous (JFR)
.

The Birmingham Holocaust Education Center is a partner of the

U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Member of the Association of Holocaust Organizations.


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Ben Benninga's Story of Survival
Saturday, January 3, 2:00 pm
Sunday, January 25, 3:00 pm
Now accepting applications
As seen in Birmingham newspapers
The Children of Willesden Lane
New 38-minute film from USHMM about the Nazi's rise and consolidation of power

Darkness into Life:
Alabama Holocaust Survivors Through Photography and Art”