ATTITUDES AND ACTIONS: WHERE PREJUDICE CAN LEAD
An exhibit in three parts on display through April 5
Jehovah’s Witnesses: Faith Under Fire
Jehovah’s Witnesses were persecuted and executed for refusing to conform to the Nazi ideology of hate.
This exhibit provides an in-depth look at ordinary people who followed their conscience in the face of tyranny.
From the Arnold-Liebster Foundation in Germany.
Rwanda: Personal Images
This series of striking pastel drawings about the Rwandan genocide by artist Vivian Bower encourages viewers to reflect on the words “Never Again” and to think about their impact in a world where other genocides continue to take place.
From the Florida Holocaust Museum.
The Tragedy of War: Japanese American Internment
During World War II, 120,000 Japanese Americans were forced into a series of camps to live under armed guard.
Their stories and unjust confinement come to life in this exhibit.
From the Kennesaw State University Museum of History and Holocaust Education in Georgia.
Attitudes and Actions: Where Prejudice Can Lead Docent-Led Tours
Join us for a unique all-inclusive tour of our featured special exhibits: Jehovah’s Witnesses: Faith Under Fire, Rwanda: Personal Images, and The Tragedy of War: Japanese American Internment.
The tour will also include exploration through part of the HMC’s Core Exhibits, all led by expertly trained docents.
Sundays at 2:00 PM: March 31SOLD OUT Mondays at 7:00 PM: March 11SOLD OUT, & March 25SOLD OUT
- For more information: Please contact Brennden Bernard at 248.553.2400, ext. 145
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