Standing For Justice, 1930-1950: Evidence From the St. Louis Jewish Community Archives
This exhibition, using documents, evidence and artifacts, examines how the St. Louis Jewish community responded to discrimination in general and anti-Semitism in particular from the 1930s to the 1950s. Drawn from the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) archives, housed in the St. Louis Jewish Community Archives, part of the Saul Brodsky Jewish Community Library, this documentation reveals the varied actions and reactions against Nazi propaganda, religious and political extremism, the Communist "Red Scare," and widespread discrimination towards Jews and other targeted groups. Sponsored by the Holocaust Museum and Learning Center, in Memory of Gloria M. Goldstein, the JCRC and the Brodsky Community Library.
With assistance from the Regional Arts Commission, Ken and Nancy Kranzberg, Lawrence and Hannah Langsam, Marvin and Harlene Wool.
This event is free and open to the public.
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