I think you're definately missing some of the meaning behind the museum. It's supposed to convey the feelings, emotions, and impacts on human lives. It's not feel good and it strives to make you think, possibly even wonder if this could happen again. The "Daniel's Story" and "Some Were "Neighbors" exhibits were powerful, and it caught me off guard that visiting children were offering their thoughts through the kiosks and post cards pinned to the walls.
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