The DHRC is an education, non-profit with the goal of supporting K-12 teachers and schools’ inclusion of the Holocaust into their curriculum.
In April, the local Jewish community remembers Yom HaShoah to commemorate the 6 million Jews murdered in the Holocaust and the support of rescuers and liberators.
The University Libraries commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Month by sharing resources within the collection with our multi-location displays.
Dr. Renate Frydman is a Holocaust survivor educating others about the Holocaust and ways to combat hate.
Dr. Frydman founded and directs the Dayton Holocaust Resource Center, housed in the Charles and Renate Frydman Educational Resource Center at Wright State University's Paul Laurence Dunbar Library.
Through Their Eyes: Children of the Holocaust Holocaust Remembrance Month display.
Through Their Eyes: Faces of the Holocaust Holocaust Remembrance Month bulletin board.
Through Their Eyes: Faces of the Holocaust Holocaust Remembrance Month book display.
Due to the sensitive content of the collection, Counseling and Wellness Services created and sourced resources to support those working with the materials.
Similar materials were added to the display, encouraging viewers to reflect on their experiences with the content and seek additional support if needed.
Discussion questions are added to the display's sibling LibGuide to encourage self-reflection while interacting with the materials.
Materials created or sourced for addition to the physical display are laminated, tagged, and added to an organization system for future use.
The sourced materials are organized digitally in the team's OneDrive for long-term storage and findability.
The physical materials have the same organizational structure as the digital material.