Hate Ends Now is a mobile Holocaust museum in a historically accurate replica of a cattle car used for deportations during the Holocaust. The program centers around an immersive exhibit where up to 25 visitors watch a 25-minute presentation that involves 360-degree projection on the inside walls of the cattle car. In this setting, visitors not only learn about the deportations and watch Holocaust Survivor testimony, but also make connections between history and the present day. The program includes a strong call to fight antisemitism and all forms of bigotry in our society today.
The program is suitable for anyone 13 and older and does not require in depth knowledge or understanding of the Holocaust. Due to the sensitive nature of the exhibit, children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult.
To learn more about Hate Ends Now, check out this video.
This program was brought to Philadelphia with the generous support of the 76ers to mark the 5th year anniversary of the opening of the Horwitz-Wasserman Holocaust Memorial Plaza. Thank you! The Philadelphia Holocaust Remembrance Foundation also extends its gratitude to the City of Philadelphia and the Department of Parks & Recreation for their support.