We are Stewards of Memory.

Educating the Community about the History of the Holocaust and its Lessons for Our World Today.

We Are Educators, Storytellers, and Connectors

We envision a society that remembers the Holocaust and uses its lessons and eyewitness accounts to create respect and dignity for all people.

Visit Our Center

We welcome you to bring your family, friends, classroom, and/or professional group to tour our exhibits. Prepare for your immersive experience by viewing our hours, parking, policies, group visit request forms, and more.

Participate in Our Community Programming

Experience our engaging programs designed to empower you.

Never Forget

Open your heart and mind to the testimonies of Holocaust survivors who made Alabama their home.

Martin Aaron

Martin was born in the Czechoslovakian village of Tereshva in 1927, but home was across the Tisa River in Sapinta, Romania, a town with about 100 Jewish families.

Regina Roth Dembo

Regina began her life in Vienna, Austria. As Austrian natives, she and her siblings qualified for the Austrian quota of immigrants permitted to come to the United States. Their parents, born in Poland, were unable to procure the necessary papers to leave.


Jack Bass

Born in 1923, Jack was subjected to antisemitic name-calling in school even before Hitler came to power.