- Holocaust Awareness Museum
This forty year old museum, founded by Jacob Riz, a Holocaust survivor, was originally housed in the basement of Mr. Riz’s home. It is now a recognized institution with Holocaust historical artifacts and programs for students at all grade
levels to educate them about the intrinsic moral issues of the Holocaust.
In its educational outreach programs It also addresses the concepts of civil liberties, individual collective and national responsibility, diversity in a democratic society and the ramifications of prejudice, racism and stereotyping.
- Tolerance Education Center
The Tolerance Education Center, founded by survivor Earl Greif, brings together students and adults alike from Riverside County, California, to learn about the dangers of hatred and bigotry.
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
The USHMM was chartered by Congress in 1980 and opened in 1993 in Washington, D.C. Millions globally have visited the museum.Its outreach includes, podcasts, traveling exhibitions, educational programs, and materials
- Shoah Foundation
Dedicated to making audio-visual interviews with survivors and witnesses of the Holocaust and other genocides a compelling voice for education and action.
- The Holocaust Oral History of Gratz College
A special collection of the Tuttleman Library and a contributing organization to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Research Institute and to Yad Vashem housing one of the largest collections of audio-taped testimony in the United States.