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MUSEUM CLOSED DUE TO COVID-19

In response to the COVID-19 public health crisis, and to protect the health of our visitors, staff and volunteers, the Museum is temporarily closed to the public. Our staff are working from home to provide programs and content that you can access from your home.

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B'nai Mitzvah: Acts of Memory

Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust's B'nai Mitzvah: Acts of Memory project allows students preparing for Bar or Bat mitzvah to remember a child who perished in the Holocaust, learn about the Holocaust and Jewish life before the Holocaust, and connect with a Holocaust survivor in our community.

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Objects from the Concentration Camps

A cousin of Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Elie Wiesel, photographer Richard Wiesel was granted exclusive access to the closed archives of the concentration camp memorials at Sachsenhausen and Ravensbrück to photograph artifacts that had never been seen publicly.

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From Swastika Selfies to Lessons on Nazism

MAR 9, 2020

By Geraldine Fabrikant Deeply worried by the surge in episodes of anti-Semitism, Holocaust and Jewish museums are working to use history to combat bigotry. An exhibit on Nazism at the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust. Credit...Tamara Leigh  This article is part of our latest Museums special section, which focuses on the intersection of art and politics. "Symbols of Hate”...

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Holocaust Survivor Talk: Ann Signett

AUG 13, 2020

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Holocaust Survivor Talk: Edith Frankie

AUG 20, 2020

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Syndrome K

AUG 13, 2020

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Life Is Beautiful

AUG 20, 2020

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