The Sara & Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center, a joint project of the Stockton University and the Jewish Federation of Atlantic and Cape May Counties, is located on the second floor of the Stockton University Library. The center is open from Monday through Thursday, 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM and Fridays from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM. During the summer, the Holocaust Resource Center is closed on Friday.
Our facilities are free and open to the public. Guided tours are available by appointment. School groups and educators are welcome!
To schedule a tour, or for any other questions, please call Gail Rosenthal at (609) 652-4699 or email email@example.com.
2012-2014 Annual Holocaust Center Resource Center Report
Facing History and Ourselves: 2015 Seminar
- Studying the past within the context of human behavior
- Examining our universe of obligation
- Development of ethical and moral responses for the present in the classroom
- Integration of Holocaust survivor testimonies in the classroom
The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage of Stockton University, the Milton & Betty Katz JCC, and The Sara and Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center announce:
"The Contributions of Holocaust Survivors to the State of Israel and the United States of America"
Presented by Professor Nili Keren, Stockton's Ida E. King Visiting Scholar in Holocaust Studies
Date: Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Time: 6:00 - 7:00 pm, free dinner; 7:00 - 8:00 pm, Lecture
Place: The Milton & Betty Katz JCC, 501 N. Jerome Avenue, Margate 08402 (near the Margate Bridge)
PDH: 2.0 Professional Development Hours for New Jersey Educators
Click here to view the registration form for the event. Completed registration forms can be mailed to The Sara and Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center 101 Vera King Farris Drive, Galloway, NJ 08205, or faxed to 609-626-3649.
Garden State Film Festival Recognizes Holocaust Resource Center
The Sara & Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center was honored by The Garden State Film Festival at the GSFF Awards Dinner on March 22. The center received the 2015 Broader Vision Award for Filmmaking Dedicated to the Greater Good for its work in preserving history and promoting tolerance through filmmaking.
Toby Rosenthal, adjunct instructor in Jewish Studies; Gail Rosenthal, director of the Sara & Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center; Ted Greenberg, former Stockton student and the Jersey Shore Bureau reporter for Philadelphia’s NBC10.
"The award is for our three films dedicated to the goal of educating future generations about the Holocaust: Alone No More: A Community Assists Holocaust Survivors, Rails of the Holocaust: A Journey to Stockton College, and From Despair, Hope," said Gail Rosenthal, director of the Sara & Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center.
Alone No More: A Community Assists Holocaust Survivors is an 11-minute documentary highlighting the commitment of the Sara & Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center and Jewish Family Service of Atlantic and Cape May Counties for providing social, cultural, and other services for local Holocaust survivors.
Rails of the Holocaust: A Journey to Stockton College, explains the use of railroads by the Nazis to transport Jews and others to concentration camps. It also illustrates the shipping of railroad tracks from Bialystok, Poland to Stockton, where they form a canopy over the entrance to the Sara & Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center located on the second floor of the library.
From Despair, Hope is a 28-minute documentary about three Holocaust survivors from Atlantic County who had vastly different experiences during the Holocaust.
For the Stockton Times issue containing this article, click here.
Representatives From the Sara and Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Attended the International School for Holocaust Studies of Yad Vashem 9th International Conference on Holocaust Education
Right to left: Dr. Carol Rittner, Gail Rosenthal, Dr. Michael Hayse
This conference took place July 2014 at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem, Israel. It brought together Holocaust survivors, scholars, educators, and artists from four generations. Over 400 participants from 50 different countries engaged in an educational, intergenerational and multicultural dialogue on how we will preserve the legacy and confront the challenges of Holocaust education in the years to come. All three representatives from Stockton were conference moderators.
May 2014 Study Tour to Poland, Lithuania, and Germany
The Holocaust Resource Center has concluded another study tour to Poland, Lithuania, and Germany for Stockton students (undergraduate and graduate). The tour was led by Dr. Hayse and Gail Rosenthal andcounted as a 4 credit course for undergraduates and a 3 credit course for graduate students. The tour took place in May 2014 and Holocaust survivors accompanied the students.
Please stop by the Holocaust Resource Center for more information!
Jewish Foundation for the Righteous Honors Stockton HRC
The Sara and Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center has been named a Center of Excellence by the Jewish Foundation for the Righteous.
Dr. Rittner to Host International Seminar
Dr. Carol Rittner, Distinguished Professor of Holocaust and Genocide Studies, has organized a seminar at the University of Oxford with Dr. John Roth (Claremont McKenna College, CA) to take place March 8-11, 2014. The seminar is called "Teaching about Sexual Violence as a Weapon of War & Genocide." The seminar is composed of sixteen scholars from six countries. In addition, two graduate students enrolled in the MAHG program are also participating in the seminar. To read more, click here.
The Holocaust Resource Center has a library of videos available. Three of these are now available on the website.
Alone No More: A Community Assists Holocaust Survivors
This 11 minute video highlights the efforts of the Holocaust Resource Center and Jewish Family Service of Atlantic County to aid in providing services to Holocaust survivors.
Rails of the Holocaust: A Journey to Stockton College
This 10 minute video details the journey of the railroad tracks featured in the architecture of the Holocaust Center from Bialystok, Poland to Stockton. The video explains the importance of railroads to the Final Solution.
From Despair, Hope
This 28 minute film tells the life stories of three Holocaust Survivors from Atlantic County who had different experiences during the Third Reich. Ernest Paul was in the resistance, Eta Hecht was a hidden child, and Rella Roth was in Auschwitz-Birkenau as well as other camps.