Every person has the opportunity to be an upstander and contribute to the healing of the world. Every person can decide to be his brother’s keeper.

This pavilion exhibit will be the final stop along the garden path. Here, parents and children will gather to read and discuss the stories of brave, resilient Holocaust survivors. We will feature stories of people who overcame the evil done to them and built new lives full of hope. The message of this exhibit will encourage reflection on what each of us can do to uproot prejudice and stop persecution in our modern world.

This exhibit will feature a painting of tall standing trees with the sun on a four panel display, plus plantings, a bench, and key educational information with QR code link to additional material on website.

Contact Rozalie Jerome to help underwrite this exhibit.
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“For I know the plans that I have for you,’ declares the Lord, ‘plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.” Jeremiah 29:11