As the centerpiece of JFCS' Holocaust Center, the Tauber Holocaust Library is the Bay Area's primary resource for Holocaust education. It is dedicated to educating young and old alike about the consequences of racism and indifference and the lessons of tolerance that can be gleaned from learning about the Holocaust.

The Center works with public school districts, private schools, Jewish day and supplementary schools, and individual educators to design curriculum and lesson plans, and to provide specialized teacher training and consultation. It makes available curriculum guides, books, DVDs, films, slides, maps, and posters to make history come alive in the classroom.

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