Continuing our Global Impact This Year and Next

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December 18, 2013

 

The Simon Wiesenthal Center will continue to fight anti-Semitism, combat Holocaust denial, and preserve the memory of the Shoah for generations to come. In 2014, we will be tackling these challenges head-on:

  • In a historic first, the Center’s dynamic new exhibit that traces the 3,500-year relationship of the Jewish people with the Land of Israel will have is international premiere at UNESCO headquarters in Paris in January, 2014
  • “Anne”, the newest exhibition on Anne Frank at the Museum of Tolerance, called “The most important exhibition about Anne Frank” by the Anne Frank Fonds in Basel, Switzerland and “… the most extensive exploration of Anne Frank in any museum outside Amsterdam", by the New York Times, will continue to be seen by thousands of visitors to the Museum of Tolerance
  • The Prime Ministers: Soldiers and Peacemakers, Part Two, will be released in Spring 2014 following the highly successful theatrical release of two-time Academy Award-winning Moriah Films The Prime Ministers: The Pioneers, Part One, starring the voices of Sandra Bullock as Golda Meir, Michael Douglas as Yitzhak Rabin, Leonard Nimoy as Levi Eshkol and Christoph Waltz as Menachem Begin. The film has been seen by over 100,000 people in over 55 cities.
  • The Courage to Remember: the Center’s landmark exhibition on the Holocaust, has travelled to six continents in the last quarter century and this year alone has impacted visitors from Thailand to Kenya. In 2014, we will be launching our newest effort: The Courage to Remember Social Action Campaign, transforming our exhibit into a mobile Holocaust Resource Center to fight against growing anti-Semitism around the world.

And, 365 days a year, we will be on the ground

The Simon Wiesenthal Center will continue to fight against escalating anti-Semitism, stand with Israel, and defend the rights and the history of the Jewish people.

As this year ends, we have our work cut out for us next year.

Please help us so we can continue our crucial work.

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