Read Our 2020 Annual Report

Āmli Like so many organizations in Maine and across the country, the HHRC has not been immune from the fiscal impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite this, the HHRC heads into 2021 at a sustainable and healthy level.

Did you miss the Annual Meeting?ês-de-namoro.html On December 9, 2020, at 7pm, the HHRC and its members gathered to celebrate the organizations work in 2020 and award the Gerda Haas Award for Excellence in Holocaust and Human Rights Education and Leadership to the Hon. Rachel Talbot Ross.

Learn About HHRC's Vision 2020 Project

2020 is Maine's Bicentennial. Your nomination of a Black or Brown hero, past or present, helps us celebrate the important contributions of Black and Brown Mainers throughout our history.

Teachers: We're Here For You!

Although the Klahr Center is closed, our educators are available to offer our free Holocaust and human rights educational programs virtually on Zoom. Check out our offerings by clicking the button below!

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Special thanks to partners and sponsors of our educational programs: