From its inception the plans always called for this to be much more than a museum. It would also be a true center of learning. The
By exploring the roots of religious, ethnic and racial hatred we know that intolerance is passed on from generation to generation. If such intolerance can be learned, it is important to understand that human beings can be presented with information to broaden their perspective to counter previously held beliefs.
During the 1930s and 1940s there was no cohesive community to defend the Jews or any other group whose rights and humanity were being violated. When sharing their stories, Holocaust survivors often implore those in the audience to not only remember but to act.
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