NY Mayor Eric Adams Tours Museum Of Tolerance’s New Social Lab; Wannsee Conference Exhibit; Also Views Hitler Letter

May 5, 2022


NY Mayor Eric Adams viewing The Hitler Letter with SWC Founder and CEO Rabbi Marvin Hier (far left), and SWC Associate Dean and Global Social Action Director Rabbi Abraham Cooper.

May 5, 2022 ­– NY Mayor Eric Adams together with Rabbi Marvin Hier, Founder and CEO of the Center and Rabbi Abraham Cooper, the Center’s Associate Dean and Director of Global Social Action, toured the Simon Wiesenthal Center Museum of Tolerance’s dynamic, new Social Lab, an innovative 10,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art instillation which confronts major domestic and international issues facing society today.


The Mayor also viewed the Museum’s latest permanent, interactive exhibit which examines the horrors inflicted on the world as a result of the Wannsee Conference.


Mayor Adams added his name to the many world leaders, prime ministers, and presidents to view The Hitler Letter, written over one hundred years ago by Adolf Hitler, on September 16, 1919, six years before Mein Kampf


The letter, on display in the Museum of Tolerance, outlines Adolph Hitler’s plan calling for, “The uncompromising removal of the Jews altogether. It is a shocking reminder that anti-Semitism and hate are flourishing once again, only 70 years after the Holocaust. 



“Thank you for taking the time out to explain about your work which is very important. Your history. The way we see ‘never again’ is to prevent people from thinking it,” noted Adams.


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The Simon Wiesenthal Center is an international Jewish human rights organization numbering over 400.000 members. It holds consultative status at the United Nations, UNESCO, the OSCE, the Council of Europe, the OAS and the Latin American Parliament (PARLATINO)

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