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Georgia Commission on the Holocaust

The Georgia Commission on the Holocaust was established to educate the citizens of Georgia about the consequences of hate, prejudice and discrimination through the lessons of the Holocaust. These lessons are taught in order to cultivate positive character development and to foster the understanding of the significance of good citizenship. The Commission sponsors the exhibit "Anne Frank in the World: 1929-1945," annual State Official Days of Remembrance ceremony at the State Capitol, annual art, writing, and music contest for students, the travelling exhibit “Witness to the Holocaust: WWII Veteran William Alexander Scott III at Buchenwald” and the statewide Holocaust Learning Trunk Project.

Address: 
5920 Roswell Rd. Suite A-209
Sandy Springs, GA 30328
Phone Number: 
770-206-1558