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Traveling Holocaust Education Exhibit

wed16mar10:00 amwed5:00 pmTraveling Holocaust Education Exhibit10:00 am - 5:00 pm Price:Free admission

Event Details

Traveling Holocaust education exhibit, The Cattle Car: Stepping In and Out of Darkness, is making several stops in Greenville during the month of March. This unique 360-degree video exhibit brings history to life, teaching visitors about the devastating consequences of intolerance, bigotry, and hate. Stepping In and Out of Darkness 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. Visitors engage with history through video and audio remembering the Holocaust and featuring survivors’ testimonials.

“This exhibit is a meaningful step in a long journey toward helping people better understand and empathize with the suffering that took place during the Holocaust,” says Arielle Nakdimon, Regional Director of Community Engagement for the Hate Ends Now Tour.

3/16: First Baptist Greenville

3/17 and 3/18: Upcountry History Museum

3/20: Congregation Beth Israel


Free admission