The RUTH Holocaust exhibition is a result of a partnership with the County of San Diego and the Jewish Federation of San Diego. The exhibit features San Diego Holocaust survivors who continue to share their stories. It provides a unique, immersive experience shedding light on ALL victims of the Holocaust to demonstrate how it was not only Jewish victims, but also other victims who followed in the footsteps of their unfortunate fate as well. The exhibition will be on display through May 2024.
Quote: “We have over 6 million Jews that were killed — but those that survived, many went on to thrive, and they become examples to everyone about resilience. This is about learning from our past and who we want to be as a society.”
— Darren Schwartz, chief planning and strategy officer for the Jewish Federation of San Diego
Learn more about The RUTH Exhibit. ►
Read “ ‘You feel the presence of who’s alive’: How 15 San Diegans who survived the Holocaust are sharing their stories” ►
Watch “RUTH Remember Us the Holocaust Exhibit” [1:33]. ►
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