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Recordings of several of our past events are available on our YouTube channel.

Upcoming Programs

Survivor Speaker: Dr. Steven Fenves

Thursday, October 1, 2020, 3:00 p.m. EDT

Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/survivor-speaker-dr-steven-fenves-tickets-121733499173

Dr. Steven Fenves was 9 years old in 1941 when the Nazis invaded his home country of Yugoslavia. For the next 3 years, his family home was overtaken by Hungarian soldiers; at 12 years old, he was forced into a ghetto, and then survived Auschwitz, a death march, and Buchenwald before he was liberated. He lost both of his parents by age 14. Along with his older sister, he left Yugoslavia as it fell under communism.

Steven went on to immigrate to the United States, serve in the United States Army, earn his doctorate, and have a 42-year academic career in computing. This career path eventually led him to Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Mellon University. While in Pittsburgh, he was part of the founding of the city’s Holocaust Survivors Organization, serving as president for several years. Steven retired in 2009 and now lives in Rockville, Maryland, where he volunteers with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

During this talk, Steven will talk in greater detail about all of these experiences. Don’t miss this virtual survivor talk with one of the founding members of the Holocaust Center as we continue to celebrate our 40-year anniversary.

Preserving Holocaust History through Artifacts, Archives and Research

Live Digital Program and Special Opportunity

Tuesday, October 13, 2020, 12:00 p.m. EDT

Register: https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/65cfd0f709724412a7598bcb24934771

Please join the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh for a live digital program, exclusive to the Pittsburgh community, featuring the Museum’s National Institute for Holocaust Documentation and its work to collect, preserve, and make accessible to the public this vast collection of record of the Holocaust and support the Museum’s wide-ranging efforts in the areas of research, exhibition, publication, education, and commemoration. 

Join us to learn about the Museum’s acquisitions efforts and the meticulous research process made available for Holocaust survivors and their family members.


  • Diane Afoumado, Acting Director, Holocaust Survivors and Victims Resource Center, US Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • Judy Cohen, Chief Acquisitions Curator, Curatorial Acquisitions and Reference, US Holocaust Memorial Museum

Kristallnacht Commemoration 2020

Tuesday, November 10, 7pm EST

Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/118559250911/

Details coming soon. Register to receive event updates.