A New York-Focused Tour of The Holocaust: What Hate Can Do Exhibit

A New York-Focused Tour of The Holocaust: What Hate Can Do Exhibit

Photos courtesy of Museum of Jewish Heritage

Join Rebecca Frank, Curatorial Research Assistant at The Museum of Jewish Heritage, for a tour of the museum’s new core exhibition, The Holocaust: What Hate Can Do.

  • Discover prewar ritual and cultural objects from Jewish families in New York City
  • Take a deep dive into New York-based resistance ranging from individuals like Florence Mendheim to organizations like the Emergency Committee to Save the Jews of Europe
  • Explore the refugee camp for Holocaust survivors in Oswego, New York
  • See quintessentially New York objects such as tickets to Madison Square Garden and New York Times full newspapers from wartime

About the event:

Learn about the history of Jewish life before, during, and immediately after the Holocaust with this tour of the Museum of Jewish Heritage’s new core exhibition, The Holocaust: What Hate Can Do. This curator-guided tour will emphasize New York stories and objects, ranging from artifacts that highlight New York Jewish life before World War II to stories about rescue efforts and lobbying in New York during the Holocaust.

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