Family of Holocaust Victim Sues Israel Museum in Jerusalem

The “Birds’ Head Haggadah” (c. 1300), handwritten on parchment in dark brown ink and tempera with square Ashkenazic script, in the collection of the Israel Museum in Jerusalem (all images courtesy Israel Museum Jerusalem) The four grandchildren of Ludwig Marum, a Jewish politician murdered by Nazis, are suing the Israel Museum in Jerusalem over an … Read more

Plans to Build a Holocaust Memorial in London Halted

A Holocaust memorial and education center slated to be built next to London’s Parliament and to begin construction later this year has been called off by the high court. Critics of the project, expected to be completed in 2025 at a cost of £100 million (~$130 million), question the monument’s placement, citing its incursion on … Read more

In Honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day: Centering Memory, Dignity, and Justice in Art Therapy

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn January 27, 2022 | By Zachary D. Van Den Berg, MA, ATR-P, LPC-Associate & Pat B. Allen, PhD, ATR On January 27, 1945, Soviet troops liberated Auschwitz, the largest of the Nazi concentration camps and killing centers. While Auschwitz was the largest concentration camp, it was only one of many liberated by … Read more