The Holocaust Awareness Institute (HAI) promotes Holocaust awareness and education in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain region.
The Institute works within the Jewish community, the University of Denver and with people of all faiths and cultures to explore the meaning of the Shoah and its lessons for future generations.
The Holocaust Awareness Institute is a campus and community resource for coursework, teacher trainings, education materials and programming and is a leading agent in the region for promoting education about the Holocaust and related ethical and social justice issues.
"Eradicating Hate: A Paper Trail of Nazi Practice' Exhibit, October 7-9, 2015, Schedule of Events & Speakers, TBA
A world-renowned, interactive collection of artifacts related to Nazi Germany and the Holocaust — including an envelope Nazis made out of a Jewish Torah scroll and counterfeit money printed in the Warsaw Ghetto. This exhibit is made possible by the Spungen Family Foundation, University Libraries, and the Holocaust Awareness Institute at the Center for Judaic Studies.
Coming to the University of Denver's Anderson Academic Commons, 2150 E. Evans Ave., Denver, CO, 80210
To read more about this exciting traveling exhibit, see the New York Times or visit the Spungen Foundation website. For a printable flier of the DU exhibit, click here. To arrange to bring your class or group for a showing, please email the Holocaust Awareness Institute.
13th Annual Fred Marcus Memorial Holocaust Lecture , October 18, 2015, 4:30-6:30pm
Join us for a documentary film screening of 50 Children: The Rescue Mission of Mr. & Mrs. Kraus, followed by a talkback with Director Steven Pressman.
50 Children is the heroic story of an American couple who rescued 50 children from Nazi Germany and brought them safely to the United States — as told today, by the children, and for the first time. For more information about the film, click here.
This year's event will be held at the Elaine Wolf Theatre, MACC at the JCC (350 S. Dahlia St. Denver, CO 80246) as part of the 8th Annual Neustadt JAAMM Fest. Tickets are $18, but are FREE for all students, educators, and Holocaust Survivors; tickets go on sale September 1, 2015. For a printable flier, please click here.