NC COUNCIL ON THE HOLOCAUST
Liberated women and children speak with an American liberator through a barbed wire fence, Mauthausen concentration camp, upper Austria, May 7, 1945. USHMM
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The North Carolina Council on the Holocaust, an agency of the N.C. Department of Public Instruction, provides teacher workshops and educational resources across the state. Learn more about the Council’s offerings for your classroom, school, library, and community.
- Teacher Workshops
- Teacher’s Guide (online)
- Traveling Exhibits
- Traveling Plays
- Survivors and Speakers
- State Commemoration
- Other Resources
See a one-page overview of the Council's offerings.
For more information, please contact us.
For survivor testimonies and oral histories, visit the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum's online resources.
1940s photos courtesy of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum