In partnership with the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust and the Georgia Public Library Service, Forsyth County Public Library is proud to host a touring banner exhibit visiting public libraries statewide to preserve the memory of the Holocaust and to promote public understanding of the history. Georgia’s Response to the Holocaust: Survivors and Liberators is an exhibit that examines the stories of courage of Holocaust survivors and liberators who were or became Georgia citizens. View the exhibit at Post Road Library from July 20 to August 22.
Don't miss It Started with Words presented by Tyler Crafton-Karnes from the Museum of History and Holocaust Education at Post Road Library on August 18, 2022 at 6:30 p.m.
About the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust
The Georgia Commission on the Holocaust strives to preserve the memory of the Holocaust and promote public understanding of history. It ensures that learning how and why the Holocaust happened is an important part of the education of Georgia citizens. It encourages reflection upon the moral questions raised by this unprecedented event and the responsibilities of citizens in a democracy. holocaust.georgia.gov
About the Georgia Public Library Service
The Georgia Public Library Service (GPLS) empowers libraries to improve the lives of all Georgians by encouraging reading, literacy, and education through the continuing support and improvement of our public libraries. GPLS is a unit of the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia. georgialibraries.org