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
Our 2018 Annual Report is Now Available Online!
by Camelia Caton-Garcia In 1939 one of our founders, Holocaust survivor Werner Gellert, fled Nazi Germany with his parents. As stateless refugees they were denied residence throughout Europe but were eventually accepted into the burgeoning European community of Shanghai, China. The Gellert family remained in
By Lyn Berner By way of Brigham Young University-Idaho, we welcome 22-year old business management major Melanie Dickson into our museum family. In a few short months using a variety of skills, including marketing, her college minor, she has researched and created proposals to bring
Recently I was elected board president of your Holocaust & Intolerance Museum of New Mexico. It seems like only yesterday, in 2004, that Werner Gellert first asked me to serve on the board. It’s amazing to think how far the museum has come. I
In an impressive ceremony, designed and led by Doris Fields, five new board members were greeted and installed, and officers were elected on January 16. Jennie L. Negin, president for the past four-and-a-half years, told the 40 persons in attendance that she has served on
Our Latest Newsletter is Now Available Online! INSIDE THIS ISSUE: President’s message New board installed Intern joins staff Lost synagogues Green book Archives alive Update: Migrant children March on Washington Give generously To read this newsletter, you can click here or on the image to