Thanks to our wonderful high school intern, Natalie Arbogast. How much can one person accomplish in three weeks? A lot, apparently. Read about it in this feature article about her. (Click on READ MORE to get link.) “Good Morning Wilton” article

At exhibits and workshops across the U.S., Poland and Hungary, people from 10 to 80 years old have been moved to greater understanding and empathy by connecting to Holocaust stories and their own family history. We’re proud of this video that demonstrates the magic of the project. When The Memory Project exhibit launched in 2007,… Read more »

The International Tracing Service is an incredible archive that has allowed people to trace and obtain historical records about family members who were victims of Nazi persecution. This service gave Memory Project founder Roz Jacobs the ability to find out about her own family: “I used this service and got a lot of post-war information… Read more »

The Institute for Holocaust Education in Omaha, Nebraska included a Memory Project workshop in their Art and the Holocaust program. When Sina Blanker, a survivor from their community, visited the Institute to look at the finished art projects, she was excited to recognize one of them as her father, Simon Gelbart. It is so meaningful… Read more »