Leo Baeck Institute works to preserve and promote the history and culture of German-speaking Jews.
Marianne Rein's Europa
Mascha Kaléko in Greenwich Village
Color on My Mind
Help LBI keep the past present with a financial donation or by contributing historical materials.
A group of New York K-12 educators developed ready-to-use lessons plans for Middle and High Schools based on LBI's 1938Projekt. View Project
The Leo Baeck Institute – New York | Berlin is initiating our new project, Shared History: 1700 Years of Jewish Life in German-speaking Lands. View Project
The LBI's Shared History Project illuminates 1700 Years of Jewish Life in German-speaking Lands in online and physical exhibitions.
LBI presents the year 1938 through the eyes of Jews, whose personal documents detail their experiences and the hardships they suffered as well as the growing tensions in Europe.
The Edythe Griffinger Art Catalog provides online access to over 1,200 items in LBI's Art and Objects Collection, with more added continually.
This survey of the materials related to Jewish life in the collections of the Romanian National Archive repositories has resulted in an online catalog.
A new website highlights the stories of German-Jewish musicians, conductors, and composers based on items in the LBI’s art, archival, and library collections.
New York K-12 educators developed 11 ready-to-use lessons plans for Middle and High Schools based on LBI's 1938Projekt: