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The Holocaust: What Hate Can Do, is an expansive and timely presentation of Holocaust history told through personal stories, objects, photos, and film – many on view for the first time. The 12,000-square-foot exhibition features over 750 original objects and survivor testimonies from the Museum’s collection. Collection.
The Museum features artifacts related to Jewish history and modern Jewish life. The materials displayed online are highlights from our collection of nearly 25,000 objects. Visit this site regularly to learn more about Jewish heritage as we introduce new items and expand our artifact descriptions.
In 2012, Mr. Trump gave $100,000 to the Museum of Jewish Heritage, only after the D.A. complained that Mr. Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, a new museum board member and the scion of Kushner ...
Mr. Trump, the D.A. explained, was a patron of the three causes dearest to him: the Police Athletic League, which organized summer and after-school play for 50,000 city kids at that time; the Museum of Jewish Heritage (a Living Memorial to the Holocaust, as it calls itself), which the D.A. helped found; and Mr. Morgenthau’s political career. Mr.
The Jewish Historical Society of Greater New Haven (JHSGNH) kicked off a tradition Sunday: An annual Judith Ann Schiff Women’s History Program. The event took place at New Haven Museum in conjunction with an exhibit about “Trailblazing Jewish Women” from new Haven and Connecticut. The first event honored Schiff herself, the “people’s ...
Anita Hill will be in Cleveland this Wednesday at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, speaking at an event hosted by Case Western Reserve University. On Monday’s “Sound of Ideas”, we’ll have a conversation with Anita Hill ahead of her appearance.
Resources and Upcoming Events. Though the MOT is back open to public visitors, we continue to actively engage our museum community, staying connected and stronger together virtually. Join us virtually for an exciting array of programs, speakers, field trips, tours and workshops. Listen to testimonies from Survivors of Auschwitz-Birkenau in ...
Housed in the 17th centurySaint-Aignan mansion, the museum presents modern and contemporary works of art and an important collection testifying to key moments in Jewish history, from the Middle ...
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