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Facing the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes on the site of the Warsaw ghetto and prewar Jewish neighborhood, POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews completes the memorial complex. At the monument, we honor those who died by remembering how they died. At the museum, we honor them—and those who came before and after—by remembering how they lived. Since POLIN Museum opened in April 2013, almost a million visitors have passed through its doors. This lecture explores the creation of the museum and its multimedia narrative exhibition, a journey of a thousand years, and its potential to be an agent of transformation that can move an entire society forward. 

Sponsored by the Frankel Center for Judaic Studies and Copernicus Program in Polish Studies.
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