Boston is set to have its first Holocaust museum. The Holocaust Legacy Foundation's CEO, Jody Kipnis, inspired by a survivor's account during a visit to Polish concentration camps, spearheads the initiative in partnership with Luci Creative and Schwartz/Sliver Architects. The 32,000-square-foot museum, due in 2026, aims to educate about the Holocaust's horrors, combat antisemitism, and feature immersive experiences, including a Dimensions in Testimony theater and a visible rail car used for transporting Jews to concentration camps. Kipnis emphasizes the museum's importance in fostering understanding and combating historical ignorance.
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