But it also grapples with a reputation of vandalism and other crime, says Lisa Donnici, who moved to the Historic Northeast roughly 14 years ago. Her relationship with the area — made up of six distinct Kansas City neighborhoods that are just south of the Missouri River — goes back much farther, however. She grew up there as a child, but her mother moved the family away so Donnici could attend schools in the suburbs. Marriage brought her back to the area.
Our programs reach teachers, students primarily grades seven through college and civic and community groups. We teach the history of the Holocaust, applying its lessons to counter indifference, intolerance, and genocide. Located at the Jewish Community Campus in Overland Park, MCHE reaches thousands of youths and adults each year through school and community outreach programs, often offered in cooperation with other not-for-profits.
More than individuals are current members of MCHE. Other sources of revenue include annual memberships, grants, tribute donations, and program fees, as well as sales of books and documentary films based on local testimony of eyewitnesses to the Holocaust.
We are a c 3and donations to MCHE are fully tax-deductible as allowed by law. Within the family of Federation agencies, we are unique in the bridges we build to the non-Jewish community. This priority is reflected in our board of directors, more than one-third of which is not Jewish.
Through a study of the Holocaust and the stories of the people who experienced it, the Midwest Center for Holocaust Education seeks to increase compassion and understanding. We teach what can happen within a democratic society when hatred and bigotry go unchallenged. We encourage individual responsibility by showing how the actions of one person can make a difference.
We relate the events of the past to contemporary issues of intolerance. MCHE serves a diverse population, in terms of age, religion, race, economic status, ethnicity, and gender. Programs reach both the Jewish and general community, including students and teachers in public, private, and parochial settings, primarily grades seven and up.
We focus on Greater Kansas City, its urban, rural, and suburban areas, serving as a resource for other communities on a case-by-case basis. Community partnerships reflect the scope of our mission.
Our programs include presentations by children of survivorsan annual White Rose Student Essay Contestteacher education, including a cadre of professional educators who serve as teacher-trainers and mentors, an academic roundtable of college and university faculty, commemorative programs, as well as special lectures and exhibits.
Our library houses a witness archive and more than 3, titles available for free loan. Traveling resource collections are loaned to secondary school classrooms. MCHE has developed resources to preserve local connections to the Holocaust.
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Our Witnesses to the Holocaust project resulted in the taping of nearly fifty eyewitness testimonies and production of two award-winning video documentaries. More than 70 testimonies by local Holocaust survivors are available by clicking here.Award-winning special exhibit at the Kansas Museum of History, Topeka.
Ends December 2, Museum After Hours Programs at p.m. Fridays once a month; the Museum and Museum Store are open until p.m., and admission is half price 5 - p.m.
Connect with us. This essay develops some of the major themes that are presented in the three major components of Separate Is Not Equal: the exhibition, the educational outreach, and the Web site.
Kansas Museum of History. This award-winning museum tells the story of the people of Kansas. See the Santa Fe's oldest surviving locomotive, No. , from A. K. Longren's version of the plane in which he made the first successful flight of a Kansas-built plane in Named one of the 8 Wonders of Kansas History. Shop the Museum Store for Kansas gifts. Arabia’s Story The legend of the Steamboat Arabia is a blend of two stories. One begins many years ago on the West bank of the Mississippi River in the bustling waterfront of St. Louis, Missouri. About the Scholarly Essays. We are fortunate to have commissioned outstanding thematic essays from eight nationally recognized historians of the Civil War in Missouri and Kansas. Each essay provides contextual analysis of major themes surrounding the war, and these are linked to related historical documents and other site content.
The Frederic Remington Art Museum, which houses paintings, illustrations, sculpture, and memorabilia, is located in Ogdensburg, New York. Thayer Tolles The American Wing, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Kansas Museum of History. This award-winning museum tells the story of the people of Kansas.
See the Santa Fe's oldest surviving locomotive, No. , from A. K. Longren's version of the plane in which he made the first successful flight of a Kansas-built plane in Named one of the 8 Wonders of Kansas History.
Shop the Museum Store for Kansas gifts. Kansas Museum of History.
Named one of the 8 Wonders of Kansas History. Shop the Museum Store for Kansas gifts. Plan your visit - find hours of operation, admission fees, directions to site, public transportation, parking, tours, and contact and scheduling information.
Plains photographer Terry Evans takes both ground-level and aerial shots of her native Kansas landscape.