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Education

On Friday September 8th, the fellows from the John Jay Institute’s fellowship program visited the Victims of Communism Museum for a tour and a lecture. VOC President Ambassador Andrew Bremberg spoke with the group about the modern day legacy of communism, the current threat, and how the free world can push back.

VOC CEO Ken Pope considers how and why we must teach the truth about communism in a new op-ed published in The American Conservative. As Ken Pope writes, “I still remember it like it was yesterday, those famous words spoken by President Ronald… Read More

The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VOC)’s CEO, Ken Pope, 
along with the VOC Board of Trustees, and VOC’s allies in the State of Georgia, praised the Georgia Legislature for its passage of this important legislation commemorating the victims of communism.

This year, 2023, the Communist Manifesto turns 175. It was hatched in February 1848 by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. Why then, and what did it say? What has been its impact? What is its relevance today?

The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation is excited to announce the launch of our new course for educators, the VOC Online Teacher Certification. This comprehensive course will equip teachers with the necessary tools to effectively teach students about communism’s history… Read More

The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation is excited to announce the launch of our new digital curriculum, Communism: A History of Repression, Violence, and Victims. VOC is proud to offer a reimagined approach for rising generations of teachers and students to… Read More