In April 1985, Governor Brennan hosted tea at the Blaine House in Augusta for a small group of Holocaust survivors and allies to commemorate Yom HaShoah, the Holocaust Day of…

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Photographs by Judy Ellis Glickman With my cameras in hand, I walk the endless railroad tracks… All that I see and photograph speaks to me of its past, as if…

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Were the House Still Standing is a project inspired by words… The installation incorporates an innovative approach to storytelling through image, text, sound, and space…enabling us to construct a documentary and visually poetic experience in which individual testimony, collective memory, and history merge within a three dimensional format.

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For the public opening of the Michael Klahr Center in May 2008, HHRC transformed the building’s entrance with an interactive mixed media installation called Michael’s Story. Vivid murals, archival photographs, and…

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Resources: If you or someone you know needs help, please know that resources and caring people are available to help you during these uncertain times. Caring Unlimited 24-hour helpline: 1-800-239-7298…

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Patrisha, 60, is adamant that these stories – like her own abusive relationship with American Pie singer Don – are no longer overlooked. It is for that reason that she has created Finding Our…

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