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The Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive
The University of Michigan-Dearborn
Mardigian Library
4901 Evergreen Road
Dearborn, Michigan 48128-1491
(313) 583-6300
Fax: (313) 593-5561

holocaust@umd.umich.edu

 

 

MISSION: The Voice/Vision Archive promotes cultural, racial and religious understanding through unprecedented worldwide access to its collection of Holocaust survivor narratives. Our educational resources, programs and outreach provide quality Holocaust education to the metropolitan Detroit and global communities through engagement with teachers, civic groups and religious organizations.

VISION: The Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive seeks to strengthen the University of Michigan-Dearborn’s position as a welcoming and nurturing institution, which supports diversity among its students, faculty, staff, and scholarship. To accomplish this goal it is our vision to:
• Enable immediate connections to powerful, audio and video-taped oral histories of survivors who experienced the Holocaust
• Reach out to Michigan’s K-12 school-aged children, including photo presentations to students and educators, guided discussions, focused dialogues pertaining to class readings, etc.
• Develop and conduct content-specific workshops and colloquia aimed at metropolitan area educators
• Reach out to the metropolitan community’s, civic and religious organizations for the purpose of offering Holocaust education to their members
• Provide an online Holocaust education curriculum accessible to anyone
• Support Holocaust research by scholars, students, educators, and the general public through round-the-clock access to survivors’ testimonies
• Preserve the voices and memories of Holocaust survivors for future generations

 

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