Last weekend, we visited NYC. I was disappointed that the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island were still closed. As we meandered around Battery Park, we came upon the Museum of Jewish Heritage. What a gem. The building is spacious, immaculate, and well organized. The exhibits showcase the multiple layers of Jewish culture and thought in the 20th and 21st centuries. Gaining an understanding of Jewish life around the world prior to the Holocaust provides a better understanding of what was lost as a result of the Holocaust. Artifacts, photos, and videos bring both the positive and negative aspects of Jewish history to life.
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