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  • In order to preserve the integrity of our artifacts, The Holocaust Exhibit will close for the summer and re-open at the start of the Fall '24 Semester. Thank you for your patience.

Our Mission

The Center for Social Justice and Human Understanding Inc. features the Holocaust Collection (CSJHU). Its mission is to educate the community on historical events, and to promote cultural understanding and respect for human dignity.

Our Staff and Supporters

Executive Committee
Jill Santiago, Executive Director 
Jodi Moran, Secretary

Board of Directors
Veronica Treadwell, Chairperson
Karl Grossman, Vice Chairperson
Lynda Perdomo-Ayala, Treasurer
Robbye Kinkade, Member
Arlene Jennings, Member
Rabbi Steven Moss, Member
Edward Bonahue, Ph.D., President of Suffolk County Community College
Melisa Rousseau, Member
Steven Schrier, Esq., Member
Denice Sheppard, Member
Christopher Verga, Member
Dr. M. Vicki Wacksman, Member
Priscilla Zarate, Member
Andrew Liput, Esq., Honorary Member

General Information
The CSJHU office and Gallery are located in the Huntington Library on the College’s Ammerman Campus in Selden, NY.

The collection features rare artifacts, memoirs, documents and photographs that are interpreted and presented in permanent and traveling exhibits. Guided tours are available for classes and groups. The Center’s staff also arranges diversity and intercultural programs that focus on social justice issues and promote themes of coexistence, tolerance, and respect for differences.

Contact Us

Center for Social Justice and Human Understanding

Ammerman Campus
Huntington Library 102
533 College Road
Selden, NY 11784
(631) 451-4117
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For office hours or to schedule a tour, contact us.

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