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Featuring artifacts from Jewish
communities around the world including Libya, Tehran, Ukraine, India, and
Holocaust: What Hate Can Do tells the
stories of who Jews are and what sustains Jewish communities and illuminates the global impact of the Holocaust and the breadth of
experiences that shaped families and communities for generations.
Located on the southernmost tip of
Manhattan, The Museum of Jewish Heritage—A Living Memorial
is the third-largest Holocaust museum in the world and the second-largest
in North America. The Museum is committed to education, remembrance, and
illuminating personal and powerful stories of hope, resilience, courage,
and compassion during one of the darkest chapters in human history. Since
first opening its doors in 1997, the Museum has educated more than two
million visitors—including tens of thousands of schoolchildren annually—about
the history and lessons of the Holocaust through exhibitions, educational
programs for teachers and students, and virtual and in-person public