The Holocaust & Humanity Center (HHC) exists to ensure the lessons of the Holocaust inspire action today.
Established in 2000, HHC (formerly the Center for Holocaust & Humanity Education) was originally formed by Holocaust survivors who made Cincinnati their home after the war. Moved by their shared experiences of loss and survival, they built an organization that would inform the community of the events of the Holocaust and its lessons.
Today, HHC is an education and resource center that offers students, educators and community members in the Tri-state region exhibits, school materials, outreach programs, workshops and professional development for educators. HHC impacts over 100,000 individuals each year.
After the completed renovation in late 2018, HHC will be relocating to a prominent Cincinnati landmark, Union Terminal.
Join with the Holocaust & Humanity Center in ensuring the lesson of the Holocaust are taught in Cincinnati for generations to come.