News and Events


2023 Holocaust Teachers Workshop

In collaboration with the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, the SCCH will be hosting a one day teacher workshop at Furman University in Greenville, SC on March 17, 2023. This workshop will be centered on key themes of the USHMM's traveling exhibition Americans and the Holocaust. Books, resources, and teaching strategies for this topic will be provided to all participants free of charge. All K-12 teachers are eligible to participate. Please click the link below for more details and information about how to register.
Teacher Workshop

Statement on the Attack on Babyn Yar

Along with the Association of Holocaust Organizations, the South Carolina Council on the Holocaust joins the world in strongly condemning the missile attack damaging the Babyn Yar memorial site built to honor the memory of the Jewish victims of the Holocaust who were murdered at Babyn Yar.
Read the full statement here

Student Contest

2022-2023 Holocaust Art & Writing Contest

The South Carolina Council on the Holocaust is excited to announce a partnership with Chapman University of Orange County, California to offer an art and writing contest for students in South Carolina.

More Info Here

Importance of Holocaust Education

We have new video resources regarding the importance of Holocaust education. The videos can be found under "Education" and by clicking on the link titled "Importance of Holocaust Education". The videos include interviews with Robert Caslen (President of USC), Senator Katrina Shealy, Molly Spearman (Superintendent of Education), and Mayor Steve Benjamin.
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75th Anniversary of the Auschwitz Liberation Commemoration

International Holocaust Remembrance Day was designated by The United Nations General Assembly to commemorate the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau in 1945. On this day, we honor the six million Jewish victims of the Holocaust and millions of other victims of Nazism and recommit ourselves to developing educational programs that help prevent future genocides.
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Palmetto Scene Special: SC Holocaust Commemoration

Features interview with Elisha Wiesel. He is the only child of Holocaust survivor, author, professor, and Nobel Peace Prize recipient Elie Wiesel.

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