EXHIBIT 10

AFTERMATH: LIBERATION, JUSTICE AND ANTISEMITISM

Here are some specific questions you may want to think about as you peruse the United States and the Holocaust exhibit:

  • Who was responsible for the Holocaust? Who should have been held responsible?

  • What attempts were made to achieve some type of justice after the Holocaust? 

  • Which is more important: positive justice (reparations) or negative justice (punishment)? Why?

  • To what extent does Anti-Semitism still exist today?

  • How does Anti-Semitism manifest itself in our world and our country today?

  • What actions can and should we take to combat Anti-Semitism and other forms of racism, discrimination, and prejudice?

MYRA AND JOSEPH AFTER LIBERATION
THE NUREMBERG TRIALS
Video Length: 3:34

ARTIFACT 1

Learn about the trials meant to bring Nazi perpetrators to justice.

Guiding Questions:

  • What were the Nuremberg Trials?

  • Who was brought to trial?

  • To what extent were the trials successful in achieving justice? 

"Eichmann Trial: Fifty Year's Later"
Audio Length: 9:00

ARTIFACT 2

Listen to or read about one of the most famous trials in history.

Guiding Questions:

  • How as Eichmann captured?

  • What was Eichmann's role in the Holocaust?

  • Why was his trial so important?

  • What was the result of the trial? 

ANTISEMITISM TODAY
Video Length: 7:04

ARTIFACT 3

Learn about antisemitism today.

Guiding Questions:

  • Why does antisemitism affect all of us?

  • There are different groups that are perpetuating antisemitism. Who are they?

  • Why is Holocaust Denial a form of antisemitism?

  • What was the result of the trial?

ANTI-SEMITISM IS BACK

ARTIFACT 4

Learn about the recent resurgence of antisemitism from three different groups.

Guiding Questions:

  • What is one piece of evidence that antisemitism is rising again?

  • How do far-right groups portray Jews?

  • What role does perceptions of Israel play in antisemitism?

She Was Excited for a New School. Then the Anti-Semitic ‘Jokes’ Started.

ARTIFACT 5

Learn about antisemitism in American schools.

Guiding Questions:

  • What were two examples of antisemitic insults that Paige experienced?

  • How did the community respond to Paige's family's complaints?

  • How did these incidents affect Paige's life? 

‘Most Visible Jews’ Fear Being Targets as Anti-Semitism Rises

ARTIFACT 6

"More than half of the hate crimes in New York City last year were attacks on Jewish people..."

Guiding Questions:

  • Why are Orthodox Jews especially at-risk and concerned about attacks?

  • What are two examples of attacks on Orthodox Jews?

  • Why has Crown Heights been a center of attacks on Orthodox Jews?