Programs for Teachers

Holocaust and Genocide Education Professional Development

In its efforts to build respectful relationships among all people, the Historical Society of Princeton is proud to house a Holocaust/Genocide Resource Center. In addition to offering education programs, HSP’s “Unity Center” has a collection of books, curriculum guides and DVDs available to teachers and students. Topics include the Holocaust, genocides, including Armenia, Cambodia and the Ukraine, terrorism and bullying. For more information, or for a list of available resources, please contact Eve Mandel, Director of Programs and Visitor Services, at 609-921-6748, x102, or



Thursday,  October 4, 2018
4:00 – 6:30 PM

Teachers will learn the historical context and impact of the shared history non-Native communities have with Indigenous peoples in New Jersey, both past and present. Videos featuring contemporary Native American Chiefs will be shown. Resource lists, including recommended websites and classroom activity ideas will provide teachers with the facts and tools to teach the history of Native Americans, Christopher Columbus, and the first Thanksgiving. Free; registration is required.

Presented by Arla Patch, with support from the New Jersey Council for the Humanities and Kidsbridge Tolerance Center


Wednesday, November 14, 2018
4:00 – 6:30 PM

How do we help students understand antisemitism didn’t start or end with the Holocaust, and what do they need to know to recognize and stand up to antisemitism today? Teachers will explore materials to support effective teaching of contemporary antisemitism, its global reach, and its expression in the form of hate speech, violence, denial, and distortion of the Holocaust. This workshop is valuable for both experienced Holocaust educators who are supplementing their curricula and for teachers new to Holocaust education. Free; registration is required. 

Presented by Echoes and Reflections, a joint program of the Anti-Defamation League, USC Shoah Foundation, and Yad Vashem