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Ann Mollengarden

Education Vice President

Birmingham Holocaust Education Center

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Birmingham Holocaust Education Center

2222 Arlington Avenue

Birmingham, Alabama,35205

United States

Company Description

The Birmingham Holocaust Education Center (BHEC) provides workshops designed to enhance teacher knowledge and pedagogy of the Holocaust. BHEC workshops are generally provided in the Birmingham area on an annual basis and throughout the state of Alabama every... more

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Employment History

Project Director

Tour for the State


Education Coordinator

The Birmingham Holocaust Education Committee


Education Coordinator

Alabama Holocaust Commission


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Present were BHEC representatives Phyllis Weinstein and Ann Mollengarden and Birmingham Jewish Federation volunteer leaders Ginger Held, Amy Saag and Lisa Engel.
Phyllis, President of the BHEC, and Ann, Vice President, also briefed us on the BHEC's upcoming Yom Hashoah Holocaust Remembrance Day program in April (watch Update for more details) and other ways that their organization is spreading knowledge and creating understanding of this dark era in human history. Ann, who has developed into one of the country's premier and most dedicated Holocaust educators, is equally determined and committed to her mission. They were serious, probing, engaged and supportive as they listened to Phyllis and Ann.


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"It's gratifying to work with educators throughout the area who understand the value and importance of teaching the lessons of the Holocaust, and we're very pleased to have so many students from different schools participating in this project," said Ann Mollengarden, BHEC's Education Coordinator.


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On March 12, Ann Mollengarden will host a discussion with her 88-year-old father, physician Robert May of Birmingham.
But a Holocaust survivor is anyone who experienced life under Nazi domination,'' says Mollengarden, education vice president of the Birmingham Holocaust Education Center. The two survivors will be revealing more personal stories,'' says Mollengarden. "It's vital that we document these experiences so that future generations can learn from these past experiences.'' "This is the last generation that will be able to give first-hand accounts of their stories,'' says Mollengarden. To schedule interviews with Mollengarden or others, please contact Chanda Temple at 205-444-9279.


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