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  • Survivor Encyclopedia: Washington State
    Survivor Encyclopedia: Washington State

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NEW! Best Practices for teaching the Holocaust. Includes suggested outlines, activities, lessons, videos - can be used for online/remote teaching or in the classroom. Learn More!

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Live Virtual Field Trips - For grades 6 and up. 30 minutes. Docents can tailor the material to your class and answer students' questions. Learn More!

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Following guidelines issued by the Governor, the museum is temporarily closed. We hope to see you soon! Click here for more information 

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Book by Book: Free Books For Students!  Building a future of empathy and respect one book at a time.  To request a book or support the program  CLICK HERE!


The Holocaust Center has partnered with the Seattle Times Newspapers In Education (NIE) Program to create and publish two series of articles.  The articles are geared towards students in grades 7-12.  Each series includes a teacher guide.

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Published in the Seattle Times on Wednesdays, April 9 - June 11, 2008, this 10-article series focuses on the stories of individuals in our community directly affected by genocide during the past century. 

Articles in Series:

  1. Introduction
  2. Mannig's Story: A Survivor of the Armenian Genocide
  3. Morgan's Story: The Roma/Sinti
  4. Magda's Story: An Auschwitz Survivor
  5. Peter's Story: A Dutch Holocaust Survivor
  6. Frieda's Story: A Czech Holocaust Survivor
  7. Marie's Story: A Witness to the Long-term Consequences of the Rwandan Genocide
  8. Selena's Story: A Survivor of the Bosnian Genocide
  9. Agnes' Story: From Sudan to Seattle
  10. "What can we learn from the stories of Holocaust Survivors?"  - Holocaust Writing and Art Contest Winners

Teacher Guide - includes background information, discussion questions, activities, and suggested resources for each of the above articles.