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Mobile Museum of Tolerance provides tools for classrooms to practice tolerance and combat hate | Community Voices

Mobile Museum of Tolerance
Photo provided by the Simon Wiesenthal Center Museum
The Mobile Museum of Tolerance is the first of its kind in the U.S.

The Mobile Museum of Tolerance is an interactive museum experience on wheels, which empowers people to combat anti-Semitism, bullying, racism and hate. Alison Pure-Slovin the Simon Wiesenthal Center Mid-West Region Director and Jacob Thornton spoke to Community Voices about the mobile museum and what they’ve learned from students who have participated in tolerance discussions.

Originally aired April 27, 2022.

Vanessa is the Community Voices Production Coordinator. Reach Vanessa at vfergu3@uis.edu.
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