The center provides students, faculty and the community access to unique resources including:
Over 2,000 books on the Holocaust, Nazi Germany, World War II genocide and post-genocide societies. (Available in a special collection at Salem State’s Frederick E. Berry Library and Learning Commons.)
DVD and VHS collection of survivor interviews and histories of the Holocaust and genocide.
Indexed and cataloged digital survivor testimonies from the Holocaust and other genocides (center access only)
Catalogued original research documents, photographs, first-edition books and other primary sources. (Available at the archives at Salem State’s Frederick E. Berry Library and Learning Commons.)
Two dedicated computer terminals for research and access to special research collections at national and international research centers and museums (center access only).
Teacher curriculum guides and classroom activities.
Displayed and interpreted original artifacts from the Holocaust and World War II.
Original artistic pieces on themes of the Holocaust, genocide and human rights.
Content expertise and speakers on field ranging from Holocaust and comparative genocide to immigration and international human right.