October 26, 2012
The Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center promotes tolerance and acceptance by reminding us to "never forget" the lessons of the Holocaust. Its exhibits serve as a powerful testimony to the fact that bullying is on the same "spectrum of intolerance" as genocide. The Center's staff, as well as its devoted group of volunteers, works tirelessly to educate the public about the necessity of standing up to injustice. Not only that, the Holocaust Center allows the public to experience firsthand the stories of those who survived the Holocaust. This will be the last generation to be able to listen to these stories directly from those who tell them, and the Holocaust Center is doing a fabulous job of recording those stories for posterity. I strongly urge all who are fortunate enough to live locally to visit this outstanding center to do so.
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