Museum of Tolerance Holocaust Exhibit at Pomona Featured in the Daily Bulletin
The Daily Bulletin favorably reviewed the Pomona College opening of “The Courage to Remember,” the Museum of Tolerance’s traveling holocaust exhibit on view through Oct. 16.
Among those interviewed about the powerful exhibit was Dean Miriam Feldblum, the daughter of a Holocaust survivor. “This exhibit underscores for me that it is important not only to always remember but to live with the memories so it inspires you to act,” Feldblum said. “So that it is a rallying cry for engagement. My father’s entire family was killed during the Holocaust. Indeed, my father grew up in a town in Lithuania that save for my father and one other young girl was killed during the war…. We are privileged to have here these photographs and exhibit which can inspire us to act.”
Located in Big Bridges, the exhibit runs through Oct. 16 and is open to the public from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., excluding Saturday and Sunday. There is no cost to attend.
• News Story: "Traveling Holocaust exhibit at Pomona College in Claremont through Oct. 16," Daily Bulletin, Oct. 9, 2013
• Pomona College Magazine Story: "Reclaimg the Past – Monique Saigal," Winter 2004
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