The Simon Wiesenthal Center has had a presence in New York since it established its Eastern Region office over three decades ago. Based in New York City, the Wiesenthal Center has a constituency of over 100,000 member families in the Tri-State area.
Please contact us for more information:
Simon Wiesenthal Center - New York
11 Broadway, Suite 766
New York, New York 10004
Programs of the Eastern Office Include:
• Arts and Lectures - A full range of ongoing programs and events include lectures, film screenings, musical performances, book signings, a summer film series, and more.
• Professional Development – Targeting for educators, law enforcement officials, and state/local government practitioners and modeled after the successful Tools for Tolerance® Program at the Museum of Tolerance Los Angeles. Over 10,000 adults and young people have been trained in customized, professional development programs which include Tools for Tolerance®, Teaching Steps to Tolerance®, Task Force Against Hate, National Institute Against Hate Crimes, Tools for Tolerance for Teens® and Bridging the Gap.
• Dorothy Gardner Adler Lecture – the annual State of Anti-Semitism address has been generously endowed in perpetuity by Simon Wiesenthal Center Trustee Allen Adler named in honor of his mother.
• Generations Against Genocide - Founded by children and grandchildren of Holocaust survivors to teach the lessons of the Holocaust and bring attention to the plight of victims of genocide everywhere.
• Sandra Brand Memorial Book Award – Endowed in perpetuity by the late Sandra Brand, the award is presented for a non-fiction work on the subject of tolerance and recognizes achievements by individuals whose work promotes tolerance.