Turning Point for Holocaust Memory

How do we ensure that Holocaust memory remains a relevant, transformative force in the 21st century? It is no coincidence that assaults on truth are rising just as we are facing the loss of the survivors—our best teachers. The world has changed dramatically in the 20 years since the Museum opened and our complex, changing world requires a bolder global response. Honorary campaign chair Elie Wiesel, United States Holocaust Memorial Council Chairman Tom Bernstein, and Museum Director Sara Bloomfield talk about the challenges—and the opportunities we must seize—at this critical turning point. 

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