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Immigration in Maine

By HHRC | November 18, 2015

In the past several days we have heard a disturbing build up of rhetoric about refugees from elected officials throughout the world, the country, and in Maine. We feel that this rhetoric is not only unfortunate and sad, but it also feeds movements that go against many of the principles on which this country was founded. It…

Transgender Maine

By HHRC | September 18, 2015

Join us for the opening on Thursday, September 24th from 5 to 7 p.m. (Program begins at 5:30.) Free admission! Transgender Maine Transgender Maine is made possible with support and contributions from the UMA Diversity Committee, Maine Transnet, Equality Maine, The Maine Transgender Lobby, Safe Space Radio, SAGE Maine, The Maine People’s Alliance, GLSEN, The…

ADA at 25: Show me the Incredible

By HHRC | January 7, 2015

          The Holocaust and Human Rights Center (HHRC) is proud to present an exhibit dedicated to the upcoming 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The exhibit, which will be held at the Michael Klahr Center on the campus of the University of Maine at Augusta will be displayed From…

Dilemma of Memory

By HHRC | September 18, 2014

Join us for this exciting new exhibit at the Michael Klahr Center of the Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine.   Generously Sponsored by UMA Senior College, Bath Savings Institution, Dr. Julius Ciembroniewicz and JS McCarthy Printers   (207) 621-3530 On the campus of the University of Maine at Augusta, 46 University Drive, Augusta,…

Solomon and Minnie Morgan

World War One: Letters Home

By HHRC | September 26, 2017

World War One: Letters Home September 14th through October 13th Special program: Thursday, October 5 from 5p.m.-7p.m., with program at 5:30 World War One: Letters Home is an intimate and personal glimpse into the experiences and feelings of young people during wartime one century ago. This exhibit of artifacts, photographs, personal notes, and letters shares…