At exhibits and workshops across the U.S., Poland and Hungary, people from 10 to 80 years old have been moved to greater understanding and empathy by connecting to Holocaust stories and their own family history.

We’re proud of this video that demonstrates the magic of the project. When The Memory Project exhibit launched in 2007, Holocaust survivor Jack Jacobs was there. He said to us, “Teach the children. It’s the most important thing you can do. Only if they learn is there a chance it won’t happen again.”

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