Silverstein Educator Grants
We award qualified educators with a grant of up to $500 to be used for improving their personal Holocaust education or for developing classroom projects/lessons/materials for teaching Holocaust education.
Literary Resources at the Center
We have over 1400 books, magazines, and movies available for rental. Just come into our office during regular business hours, sign out the resource, and return within two weeks. See you soon!
Speaker’s Bureau: Request a Visit
One of the most powerful ways to learn about the Holocaust is through human connection. The mission of the SBHEC is to teach the history of the Holocaust in order to promote human dignity and justice, and to serve as a memorial to its victims.
By connecting students and other groups with someone personally affected by the Holocaust, our goal is to give the Holocaust a human face. It has become clear that it is this human face which often makes the Holocaust a powerful reality and cements what you have been teaching into your students’ knowledge base. Rhode Island survivors of the Holocaust, as well as their families and others who were affected, share their personal experience in classrooms and other group settings.
We can help you arrange for a Holocaust survivor to speak to your students or group. Let them hear a first-hand account of those who lived through the Holocaust.