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“Americans And The Holocaust” Comes To Chattanooga

Entrance to “Americans and the Holocaust” exhibition.
U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
Entrance to “Americans and the Holocaust” exhibition.

Friday is International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

It’s a commemoration of the six million Jewish victims murdered in the Holocaust - and millions of other victims persecuted by Nazi Germany.

Starting Friday through February 27th, the Chattanooga Public Library is one of fifty libraries in the country to host “Americans and the Holocaust: A Traveling Exhibition for Libraries” from the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum - along with five educational programs for a variety of ages.

Alison Lebovitz is a member of the committee for the exhibition here in Chattanooga.

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