The much expected exhibit of “Lawyers without Rights” opens at the German American Heritage Foundation of the USA™ (GAHMUSA).  In  collaboration with the German Federal Bar and the American Bar Association we will be hosting the exhibit until October 22.  The exhibit will be complemented with film evenings and very relevant presentations.
The German-American Heritage Foundation of the USA® announces its 40th anniversary summer social media campaign – #GAHF40Years. This summer we celebrate the GAHF 40-year anniversary with the launch of – #GAHF40Years. Look out for our photo contest for the chance to win an all-inclusive trip for two to New York City and some exciting 40-year memorabilia!
HOLLYWOOD – June 18 to September 29, 2015
The German-American Heritage Center will be hosting GAHMUSA’s own exhibit 100 years of Hollywood – The Laemmle Effect.  The exhibit will open on July 24th and will run until October 30th.  During the time of the exhibit the Center will be hosting a series of activities which include: a presentation by Deborah Fletcher Blum ” Films, History, Hollywood and Judaism: Carl Laemmle German-American Film Pioneer, German-Jewish Immigrant and WWII Humanitarian”;  the German’s in Hollywood Lecture Series; and a kids Short Filmmaking workshop. We hope our GAHF members will visit the German-American Heritage Center and enjoy the many events associated with this historic exhibit.
“In the steps of Luther”,  the GAHF member trip has changed its date.   Delays in finishing the refurbishing of key buildings of the Luther trip have led to the decision of moving the trip to 2017.  We are excited about the interest shown by our members and hope that if you have not registered can do so.
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GAHM Joins Nation-Wide Effort to Highlight Immigrant Impact on History and Future of America

WASHINGTON, DC – Today the German-American Heritage Museum of the USA™ announced its support of the third-annual Immigrant Heritage Month, an initiative to partner community organizations, elected officials, corporations, artists, and thought leaders to gather and share inspirational stories of American immigrants.