Every Day is Holocaust Remembrance Day

Today, the world commemorates International Holocaust Remembrance Day, but for the Simon Wiesenthal Center, every day is remembrance day. We are on the frontlines 365 days a year fighting anti-Semitism, Holocaust denial and preserving the memory of the Holocaust:

Today at Auschwitz, Rabbi Meyer H. May, SWC Executive Director joined a 60-member strong delegation of Knesset Members, several prominent US Congressmen including House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) pictured right, Holocaust survivors and Jewish leaders as part of the official delegation of Israel’s Knesset to commemorate the 69th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, which took place on January 27, 1945. This day marks the annual International Holocaust Remembrance Day - the SWC was a co-sponsor of the historic gathering.


Over 40,000 visitors a year experience first-person accounts from Holocaust survivors who share their stories every day at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles

The Courage to Remember, the SWC’s traveling exhibition on the Holocaust, has been seen on six continents by millions of people and continues to open in cities across the United States, in Asia and Africa

Our two-time Academy Award®-winning documentaries continue to be seen by tens of millions of people on television and in theaters across the world

Your support is essential so we can continue to fight back against Holocaust denial, preserve the memory of the Shoah and the history of the Jewish people for future generations.