Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center of Florida

(November 2019)


More than 30 years ago, the Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center of Florida’s founders created a space where the history and lessons of the Holocaust can help build a more inclusive community, free of bigotry, antisemitism and disregard for different cultures. The organization, headquartered next to the Jewish Community Center in Maitland, sponsors a museum as well as programs and events throughout the year including films, lectures, book club meetings, art exhibits, adult education series and presentations by Holocaust survivors. A traveling exhibit that started in September and runs until January 4 is called “Let Me Be Myself: The Life Story of Anne Frank.” The location will be moving over the next several years because the center has agreed to lease the former Orlando Chamber of Commerce building from the City of Orlando for $1 a year to build a new Holocaust Museum for Hope & Humanity.

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