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Museum Of Tolerance

Museum Of Tolerance

This museum provides a unique and provocative experience that challenges visitors to become witnesses to history and confront the dynamic of intolerance that is still embedded in society today.

The Museum of Tolerance in Southern California engages visitors in issues of human rights, both past and present. Exhibits detail the history of intolerance, placing special focus on the Civil Rights Movement and the Holocaust, allowing visitors to witness the events in ways that will inspire them to consider the ongoing struggle for human rights. The “Tolerancenter” exhibit brings the visitor back to the present day, and presents them with acts of intolerance as they occur in daily life.


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