Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh

connecting the horrors of the Holocaust and antisemitism with injustices of today

The Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh connects the horrors of the Holocaust and antisemitism with injustices of today. Through education, the Holocaust Center seeks to address these injustices and empower individuals to build a more civil and humane society. Offerings include: exhibits in our public gallery, an extensive library and archive, engaging cultural events, internationally renowned speakers, and free and affordable resources for teachers. Please note that our physical space is currently closed to the public. The safety of everyone that we work with is our top priority, and we are especially sensitive to our vulnerable survivor population. We appreciate your understanding, and encourage you to continue to participate in our robust schedule of online events. Our most recent exhibit is available online in digital format. We have also put together a page of free digital resources from across the Internet. We will continue to share updates on our website and social media when they become available.

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Highlighted Links

Resources to participate in the 2020 general election Read more
Learn more about our 2020-2021 program theme. Read more
Our latest exhibit, available in digital format. Read more
Learn more about donating money and/or materials to support our mission. Read more
Throughout the year, the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh holds numerous events. While physically closed, we continue to host events online. Read more
CHUTZ-POW! is our ongoing acclaimed comic-book series that places stories of courage, resilience, and sacrifice at the forefront of Holocaust Read more

Navigating the Site

FOR VISITORS

Our facility and programs are accessible to people with disabilities. To make arrangements for your visit, please email our administrative coordinator at csahovey@hcpgh.org

FOR TEACHERS

Please contact our Education Outreach Associate, Emily Bernstein, with questions at ebernstein@hcpgh.org

FOR PARENTS AND STUDENTS

If you’re looking for something else, get in touch with our contact form.

Our Funders

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