Friday, February 15, 2013

Never Again Use This Ad Agency

The 20th Anniversary National Tour of the Holocaust Museum is happening at the Skirball Sunday Feb 17. It's another reminder to never let the atrocities of the Holocaust happen again.

For the oddest reason this part of the ad got through, "Never Again What You Do Matters". That really should be corrected.

Sunday, Feb. 17, 2013 at 10:00 AM
Skirball Cultural Center
2701 North Sepulveda Boulevard

Join us for a free, family-friendly (this can get very emotional and intense actually), daylong public event featuring a variety of opportunities to engage with Museum resources, people, and programs and pay tribute to local Holocaust survivors and World War II veterans. You can:
  • Conduct Holocaust-era family research in the Museum’s extensive archives.
  • Bring your own historic photos, documents, and other artifacts to review with a Museum curator.
  • Explore some of the unanswered—and unanswerable—questions about the Holocaust with educators, historians, and other experts.
  • View Holocaust survivor testimonies and archival films rarely seen outside the Museum.
  • Go behind-the-scenes with Museum curators to learn the stories of how certain artifacts became part of the collection.
  • Participate in a children’s art project to create “building blocks of hope,” which will be displayed at the 20th Anniversary National Tribute in Washington, DC. (For children ages six and older.)
  • Help Holocaust survivors’ and victims’ families discover the fate of missing loved ones by participating in the World Memory Project.
  • Witness the presentation of the flags of the US Army liberating divisions