* Listings with an asterisk are part of the JUF/JF partnership of agencies serving the Chicago and worldwide Jewish community.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Regional Midwest Office
P.O. Box 1852
Highland Park, IL 60035
Phone: (847) 433-8099
Fax: (847) 433-8290
Email: chicago@ushmm.org
Web: http://www.ushmm.org
Contact: Jill Weinberg, Director

Regional office of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum located in Washington D.C. Organizes trips to the Museum in Washington, D.C. Sponsors speaker events and special programs to educate and involve the Chicagoland community in Holocaust remembrance and education. Raises funds throughout the Midwest to support the Museum's national and international work to educate and foster new scholarship about the Holocaust, rescue the evidence of the Holocaust, and inspire people to confront hatred and anti-Semitism and prevent future atrocities.

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