Bristol Holocaust and Genocide Center


The Bristol Holocaust and Genocide Center originated from a need to memorialize the atrocities committed against the people of Jewish descent and others during World War II by the Hitler/Nazi regime, as well as those harmed by genocides throughout history.

While the facts are clear, the Holocaust must never be forgotten.

Check out upcoming Bristol Holocaust and Genocide Center events.

Symbols of the Lost Childhoods


Bristol Holocaust Center Buttons Mural 2019 ImageEvery year, Bristol's Holocaust Center hosts a series of events geared toward informing the public more thoroughly on the atrocities of the Holocaust and other genocides. 

First up was the Unveiling of Button Murals on Monday, February 25, from 4:30 - 5 p.m. in the Jackson Arts Center (H-Building). The Button Murals were designed in collaboration with Professor Marisa Millard and members of the Bristol Art Department (faculty, students and alumni) as part of the center's button project representing the 1.5 million children murdered during the Holocaust. 

Learn more about the Button Murals here

See media coverage of this important Bristol Holocaust Center project here

 

BCC Holocaust Center Video Playlist