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Georgia's Response to the Holocaust:
Survivors and Liberators

Special Exhibit at Oglethorpe Mall Library
November 14 - December 14, 2022


Georgia’s Response to the Holocaust: Survivors and Liberators is now on display at Oglethorpe Mall Library. This exhibit examines the stories of courage of Holocaust survivors and liberators who were or became Georgia citizens.

In partnership with the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust and the Georgia Public Library Service, Live Oak Public Libraries is proud to host a touring banner exhibit visiting public libraries statewide in an effort to preserve the memory of the Holocaust and to promote public understanding of the history.

Library staff will also have educational materials and reading lists for all ages provided by the Commission to help patrons explore the lives of those affected by the Holocaust as well as the massive toll it took on society as a whole.


The U.S. and the Holocaust - A Ken Burns Film Discussion

Tuesday, December 6, 2022
4:00PM - 5:00PM
Oglethorpe Mall Library

Join us for clips and a discussion of the documentary film, which tells the story of how the American people grappled with one of the greatest humanitarian crises of the twentieth century, and how the struggle tested the ideals of our democracy.