Our founder, Warner Gellert, passed away Saturday, November 9th, 2019 at the age of 93. A service will take place on Thursday November 14, 2019 at 9am at Congregation Albert, 3800 Louisiana Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110. The burial will follow at Sunset Memorial Park
Sunday November 17th, 2019 beginning at 10am at the Congregation Albert, we would like you to join us for a delicious deli brunch followed by a screening of “The City Without Jews,” the 1924 Austrian Film. Guest speaker, Dr. Nikolaus Wostry, CEO of the Austrian
A Featured Program of the Jewish Federation of New Mexico’s Initiative: “United Against Antisemitism, Racism and all Forms of Hate”
On August 24th, 2019 The New Mexico African American Resilience Committee joined the world in commemorating 400 Years of Resilience: 1619-2019. 2019 marks the 400th anniversary of the first documented, captured, and enslaved Africans arriving in the United States. Members of the museum board joined
Monday July 8th, 2019 Museum President, Victor Raigoza, addressed The Rotary Club of Albuquerque. He had this to say “Today, I had the pleasure of addressing the Albuquerque Rotary about our museum and our quest to educate our visitors about the effects of hate and
Our Latest Newsletter is Now Available Online! INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Moving forward and gaining attention Museum curriculum projects expanded to elementary and middle schools Gay liberation movement spurred by Stonewall uprising In the Governor’s mansion, June 4, 2019 Life Every Voice and Sing Celebrate Juneteenth,
The Holocaust & Intolerance Museum of New Mexico and the Santa Fe Community Foundation co-hosted a Stonewall Remembered event held at the Governors Mansion in Santa Fe, NM on Tuesday June 4th 2019. We met with leaders in our community and our state to commemorate
Tuesday May 28th, 2019 Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller made a visit to the Holocaust and Intolerance Museum of NM today. We were so honored to host him.
UPSTANDER: What Will You Stand Up For? Sunday May 19th, 2019 the museum hosted an exhibit showcasing both HIMNM’s Upstander Pop-Up Exhibits and the work of Georgia O’Keeffe Elementary School 4th Grade Students’ Upstander Project.
On Saturday April 26th, 2019 members of the community gathered at Congregation Albert for Yom HaShoah ahead of National Holocaust Remembrance Day. KRQE News 13 was onsite to help capture the event and also interview Museum President Victor Raigoza. Click on the image above or