Where hope takes hold.

Developing informed and engaged global citizens who are prepared to respond to prejudice and discrimination with actions advocating human rights for all.
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The Stan Greenspon Holocaust and Social Justice Education Center

The Stan Greenspon Holocaust and Social Justice Education Center's mission is to develop informed and engaged global citizens who, grounded in their own identity, are prepared to respond to prejudice and discrimination with actions advocating human rights for all. Based at Queens University of Charlotte, our educational offerings are transformative for our community.

Rooted in hope, four branches bear the fruit of our work: Holocaust Education, Social Justice and Community Organizing, Multicultural Connections, and Jewish Studies.

We form community partnerships to create positive change and work to give a voice to the voiceless.

Seeing Auschwitz
Seeing Auschwitz is a historic exhibit that critically analyzes the photographic evidence of the largest extermination camp in human history, Auschwitz. The Greenspon Center was proud to host this exhibit for the first time in North America from February 8 through April 15, 2024. The Seeing Auschwitz exhibit closed its doors after awe inspiring run with 15,856 visitors!
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2023-2024

Program Guide

We are excited about our programs and events for the coming year.

Highlights include:

  • Fall Signature Community Class on Holocaust and Jim Crow History
  • Our Facing History Professional Development Program
  • Launch of Cohort Two of our Certification in Holocaust Pedagogy Program
  • "Seeing Auschwitz" exhibition
  • and much more...

Stay tuned for our 2024-2025 Program Guide.

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