Holocaust, Genocide, and
Human Rights Project

Students set up "Flags We Bear" display.
 

Educate, Commemorate, Advocate

Established in 1990, the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Project is MCC's unique organization for telling the stories of the Holocaust and other genocides while transforming individuals to become advocates for human rights. Please join us for:

Human Rights Day
Remembering the 25th Anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide & the Heroes Who Survived It, featuring
Author Dydine Umunyana
Wednesday, December 5, 2018
Warshof Conf. Ctr, Flynn Cmps Ctr
(Monroe A&B)
Parking available in Lot M
Free and open to the public
Tickets 

"Witness to the Holocaust" Exhibit
Now through Friday, November 16
Leroy V. Good Library,
Brighton Campus
Monday-Thursday: 3-9 pm
Friday: 8 am-4 pm
Free and open to the public
Visitors' parking available in Lot V

 

 

 

Project Meetings

HGHRP meetings are held on Tuesdays, 3:30 to 4:30 pm in the Flynn Campus Center Brighton Room (3-217). MCC students and community members are welcome to attend and take action to educate, commemorate, and advocate!

HGHRP Responds to Massacre at Tree of Life Synagogue
Read the statement

HGHRP Student Leaders Respond to Hate Speech
Read the statement

HGHRP Leaders Urge Action to Preserve U.S. Office that Monitors Anti-Semitism
Read the joint statement

HGHRP, Scholars Respond to Surge in Hate Crimes
Read the joint statement.

 

 

 




Contact Information

Monroe Community College
ATTN: Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Project
1000 East Henrietta Road
Rochester, NY 14623

Phone: (585) 292-3321
Fax: (585) 292-3832
theproject@monroecc.edu

HGHRP logo-a dove inside a six-pointed star

Connect

link to HGHRP Facebook page