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Inspiring Resistance

Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto inspired others by rising up against the Germans.

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The Museum is free and open six days a week. It is closed on Wednesdays, Yom Kippur, and Christmas Day. View the full schedule.

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Burma’s Path to Genocide

This exhibition explores how the Rohingya, a religious and ethnic minority in Burma, became targets of a sustained campaign of genocide.

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