The Holocaust & Humanity Center, founded by Holocaust survivors and their families, has been a presence in Cincinnati since 2000 with its educational programs and small museum. It currently has space inside Kenwood’s Rockwern Academy, a Jewish community day school.
It has steadily developed a following — on my recent visit, people slowly but continually arrived to see a traveling exhibit about Anne Frank. Yet, one wouldn’t say the relatively young institution is equal in name recognition with, say, the Cincinnati Museum Center.
But that is on course to soon change. In fact, once the ongoing renovation of Union Terminal is done, the Holocaust & Humanity Center will become part of the Cincinnati Museum Center. More >