The Olga Lengyel Institute was established to educate teachers in the United States, Europe, and other parts of the world about human rights and social justice through the lens of the Holocaust and other genocides so that such atrocities may never again take place.
The Institute is named after Olga Lengyel, a survivor of Auschwitz and author of Five Chimneys: A Woman Survivor’s True Story of Auschwitz. An immigrant and philanthropist, Olga dedicated herself to remembering the martyrs and lessons of the Holocaust so that such atrocities would never happen again.
The new logo is at once a speech bubble (dialog) and an embrace (healing), it is figurative (survivor and memory) but it also calls back to the original open book logo of The Memorial Library that started TOLI.
New York, NY 10001