Thursday, October 15, 2020 4:13 PM EST
By The Associated Press, AP
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Two organizations in Ohio are providing public discussions, material for educators and a documentary series about the Holocaust to educate residents and students. Cleveland.com reported on Wednesday that the Maltz Museum in Cleveland and the Holocaust & Humanity Center in Cincinnati are calling the campaign Stop the Hate Ohio. The partnership hopes to reach students and residents of Ohio with information about the history of National Socialism in Germany and the genocide of Jewish people. Surveys have shown some younger Americans believe the Holocaust was a myth or has been exaggerated. A list of events in the series can be found on the websites of the Maltz Museum and Holocaust & Humanity Center.