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Virtual Tour of Auschwitz Exhibition at the Reagan Library

Hosted By: Maven

Step into the poignant and powerful world of the sold-out Auschwitz Exhibition at the Reagan Library with exhibit curator Michael Berenbaum. The virtual tour takes visitors through the harrowing history of Auschwitz, exploring the atrocities committed during the Holocaust and the stories of the victims and survivors. As you virtually navigate through the exhibit, you’ll be immersed in a range of artifacts that bring to life the experiences of those affected by the Holocaust. From personal belongings of prisoners and authentic camp uniforms to interactive displays and photographs, the exhibit offers a profound and deeply moving perspective on one of the darkest periods of human history. After the virtual tour, you’ll have the opportunity to ask Michael Berenbaum questions during a live Q&A.

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In March of 2020, as the pandemic took hold of our local communities and safer-at-home orders were issued, American Jewish University shifted the delivery of our adult education and community programming to digital formats. Dedicated to providing Jewish learning to our communities, AJU understood the importance of showcasing original content that was not only easily accessible, but also fostered a sense of connection amidst the isolation that many faced.

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