Mercer County Holocaust - Genocide Resource Center
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"While participating in round table discussions, listening to panel presentations and eyewitness testimony, we "touch history." We also learn critical thinking and empathy - indispensable tools for successfully living in our increasingly global world. Consequently we become better informed learners and more insightful, thoughtful and respectful human beings."

Mission Statement

Promoting dignity and social justice to students and the community through Holocaust, genocide and
human rights education.

[9/23/19]  MCCC's Holocaust, Genocide and Human Rights Center Announces Fall Semester Events
[6/10/19]  Mercer County Holocaust Center's Conference for Educators Features Authors of 'Survivors Club'
[5/10/19]  Holocaust Center at MCCC Relates Tragic History to Current Events During Yom HaShoah Ceremony
[11/30/18]  History Lives On as MCCC Professor Emerita Vera Goodkin Recounts Her Harrowing Holocaust Journey
[06/22/18]  Holocaust Center's Annual Educators' Conference Offers Strategies on Tolerance, Empathy and Empowerment

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