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recommandé de lire October 20 through November 10 at Bidding for Good (website forthcoming)

From October 20 through November 10, 2017, the Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine will hold its annual online auction!

The HHRC’s online auction is a wonderful opportunity to take home some wonderful gifts while also supporting the work of the HHRC! Whether you’re looking for a weekend getaway, unique antiques, or beautiful artwork, the HHRC’s on-line auction has something for everyone.

All proceeds from the online auction will benefit the educational programming of the HHRC.

A website for the auction is forthcoming. To see a list of auction items, click here!

 

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How the Nazis persecuted LGBTQ people

By Erica Nadelhaft | October 28, 2020

Homosexual prisoners wore a pink triangle on their uniforms. If a prisoner was both homosexual and Jewish, a pink inverted triangle would be superimposed over a regular yellow one. This system allowed camp guards and other prisoners to instantly identify where an inmate came from and what type of prisoner he was.

Teaching Tolerance: What Anti-racism Really Means for Educators

By HHRC | October 16, 2020

As anti-racism becomes a popular goal for schools across the nation, this TT advisory board member considers what it really means to be an anti-racist educator.

HHRC Artifact: Unknown Man, Homosexual

By HHRC | October 15, 2020

23375: Unknown Man, Homosexual. Between 5,000 and 15,000 homosexuals were sent to concentration camps during the Holocaust, and thousands were murdered. From the Dennis Ring Collection donated to the HHRC

Teaching Tolerance: This Conversation Is Anti-Racist

By HHRC | October 2, 2020

Young people have the vision to imagine—and create—a world without racism. Adults just need to get on board.

Teaching Tolerance: The Weaponization of Whiteness in Schools

By HHRC | September 25, 2020

White supremacist or anti-Black attitudes don’t belong to only one ideology, one political party or one particular geographical location. These attitudes exist across different regions, socio-economic classes, income levels, education groups and political affiliations. Since both anti-Blackness and white supremacy are baked into our country’s foundation, they often play out in our daily lives.