Category Archives: Museum of Tolerance

Museum Of Tolerance Reviews

From Glassdoor: * Pros Most of the people you work with are very committed to promoting equality, tolerance, fairness, and social justice. Most of the museum staff are nice. Cons The museum is run by the Simon Wiesenthal Center (SWC), … Continue reading

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JJ: Hier and Hier: From yeshiva boy to global storyteller

If David Suissa is right and Marvin Hier is at heart a yeshiva boy, then yeshiva boys are the enemy of Western civilization and the West must expel them if it wants to survive. I don’t believe David Suissa is … Continue reading

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Museum of Tolerance Holds Immigration Workshop

Link: “A 3rd grade student draws about hopes for her future as an FBI agent during an immigration workshop at the Museum of Tolerance on May 6, 2013 in New York City. Some eighty 2nd and 3rd graders, many of … Continue reading

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Talking about Immigration with Youth: Ethics, Equity and Empathy

* Link: Talking about Immigration with Youth: Ethics, Equity and Empathy By Linda S. Blanshay Director, Program Development, Museum of Tolerance This 2014, each of the participating sites in the National Dialogues on Immigration project will be contributing to our … Continue reading

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Love and Mercy

I’m watching this 2014 movie Love and Mercy about Brian Wilson. Half of it takes place in the 1960s and the California beaches seem so white. There’s not a Mexican in sight. Today you go to the Santa Monica beach … Continue reading

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