Picture of displays in the FAU's Center for Holocaust and Human Rights Education

The Arthur Gutterman Family Center for Holocaust and Human Rights Education (CHHRE)

The Center for Holocaust and Human Rights Education was established to prepare school district professionals and support staff to implement Florida Statute 1003:42: Required Instruction of the Holocaust, by providing professional learning opportunities. The Center provides direct services to educators in Southeastern Florida by teaching the history of the Holocaust to combat prejudice, hatred and indifference; to apply the lessons of the Holocaust to understand the consequences of prejudice and bigotry; to identify behaviors that discriminate against people; to know when and how we on behalf of others whether we know them or not; and to become active citizens who are able to uphold the dignity of all people. 

NEW! From Swastika to Jim Crow
Thursday, October 22, 4-7 pm
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Christina E. Chavarria, program coordinator for the William Levine Family Institute for Holocaust Education at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
September 28, 2020

By Sergio Carmona, South Florida Sun Sentinel

Survey of U.S. College Students Shows Holocaust Education is Effective
September 11, 2020

Survivor Testimony Has Profound Impact on Students

Ilisa Lieberman
May 05, 2020

Architect, Peter Eisenman, who created the Holocaust memorial in Germany expressed that - in his monument - there is no goal...