Holocaust Genocide Studies

Holocaust Survivor Programs – JFS

Café Europa - a social group for Holocaust survivors. Café Europa offers speakers, discussions, and entertainment, giving its members an opportunity to meet new people with similar backgrounds and providing a setting for them to share stories, experiences, and concerns. For more information, or to register, contact Jewish Family Service at 908-725-7799. Holocaust Survivor Assistance Program - services include home health care, companion services, mental health counseling, and case management services. Jews living in New Jersey, who resided in European countries that were subject to Nazi rule and control between 1933 and 1945, are eligible for assistance.

WCCC WW2 and Holocaust Research Center

The World War II & Holocaust Research Center at Warren County Community College is a place for reflection and research by faculty, staff, veterans, and scholars.

Holocaust Memorial and Education Center at the JCC

Holocaust Memorial and Education Center at the JCC  The Memorial and Education Center, located in the Shimon and Sara Birnbaum Jewish Community Center, honors the Survivors of our community of Somerset, Hunterdon, Warren and surrounding counties, all who perished in the Holocaust, and all the Righteous and Liberators. The Center recognizes the Descendants, the Second Generation and all to come in our community, so they may continue to tell the story in the Voices of the Descendants registry.

Holocaust and Genocide Center at RVCC

Holocaust & Genocide Center at Raritan Valley Community College The Center offers educational seminars, workshops, and presentations for students and teachers about the lessons learned from the Holocaust as well as genocides that continue today.

Herbert and Leonard Littman Families Holocaust Resource Center

The Herbert and Leonard Littman Families Holocaust Resource Center, part of the Allen and Joan Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life at Rutgers University, provides public programs on the Holocaust, racism, and genocide; teacher training; resources for scholars, teachers and students; and access to USC Shoah Foundation's Visual History Archive.