The Martin-Springer Institute has created exhibits that are available for schools, universities, community organizations, libraries, and other public venues. They are designed as traveling exhibits.
Two exhibits are currently available:
Through the Eyes of Youth: Life and Death in Bedzin Ghetto
1936 Nazi Olympics
This exhibit explores the political climate in the years directly preceding the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games, the environment in Germany at the time, and the controversy surrounding the participation of the United States.
If interested, please contact Melissa Cohen.