I stumbled upon this on my walk down Central Avenue, and it was a most unusual spot for this type of museum. Once inside I spent hours reading the material on the walls, watching the videos and gained some insight as to intolerance around the world. Having been to one of Poland's lesser known concentration camps, it brought back memories of my visit there, and as always, I searched for names from my family and friends that I knew had been from countries that were affected. I had only recently been in the local library and heard a young student ask for a book about Anne Frank, and she was told there was a waiting list for it - so I know the future generations are still wanting to know what happened and why, and can only hope that they will visit this museum in their futures. It was a worthwhile stop in my journey here, and I enjoyed speaking to the informative volunteers as well.
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