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This unique 360-degree video exhibit brings history to life, teaching visitors about the devastating consequences of intolerance, bigotry, and hate. The exhibit is an immersive, multimedia presentation that takes place inside an exact replica of a cattle car used to transport Jews and other targeted groups to concentration camps during World War II. Students and visitors engage with history through video and audio remembering the Holocaust and featuring survivors’ testimonials.

The exhibit progresses through history, culminating in how hate and intolerance persist today. The ultimate message is one of empowerment, reminding visitors to stand up against ignorance, intolerance, and hate. The exhibit is recommended for ages 12+.

The exhibit will be available at IMAS on February 16, 2024.

The exhibit will be free and open to the public. Reservations required.
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The exhibit is a project of Hate Ends Now, a nonprofit 501c3 organization dedicated to Holocaust education. Tour stops in South Texas are presented by the Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio, thanks to title sponsors: Lubetzky Family Foundation, Texas Holocaust, Genocide and Antisemitism Advisory Commission, and the Texas Historical Commission.

Community partners: ADL-Austin, Barshop JCC of San Antonio, City of McAllen, Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History, IBC Bank, International Museum of Art & Science (IMAS), JCC Corpus Christi, McAllen I.S.D., Shalom Austin, Temple Emanuel (McAllen).

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