Resources and Archives
The center provides students, faculty and the community access to unique resources including:
- Over 2,000 books on the Holocaust, Nazi Germany, World War II genocide and post-genocide societies. (Available in a special collection at Salem State’s Frederick E. Berry Library and Learning Commons.)
- DVD and VHS collection of survivor interviews and histories of the Holocaust and genocide.
- Indexed and cataloged digital survivor testimonies from the Holocaust and other genocides (center access only)
- Catalogued original research documents, photographs, first-edition books and other primary sources. (Available at the archives at Salem State’s Frederick E. Berry Library and Learning Commons.)
- Two dedicated computer terminals for research and access to special research collections at national and international research centers and museums (center access only).
- Teacher curriculum guides and classroom activities.
- Displayed and interpreted original artifacts from the Holocaust and World War II.
- Original artistic pieces on themes of the Holocaust, genocide and human rights.
- Content expertise and speakers on field ranging from Holocaust and comparative genocide to immigration and international human right.