The Dayton International Peace Museum is currently displaying a unique collection of art created by 13 local high schoolers on its Facebook page that has been designed by members of the MYO, formerly known as the Muslim Sisters of Dayton. The artwork is titled, “Humanity Under Oppression.” Starting in October, the art will be traveling […]
Never forget these horrors
This will be a week sharing the amazing exhibits of the WPAFB Museum. I hadn’t been there in years, so I was amazed to see the changes that have been made and I was surprised on the expansion. It used to only take an hour to walk through the museum, but now, visitors can spend […]
Close up and personal with Anne Frank
Her name was Annelies Marie Frank, but the world knew her as Anne Frank. She was young, beautiful and lively- she was an average pre-teen that wanted to be heard. She warmed the hearts of thousands with her diary entries during the Holocaust. We all entered into her life as our own, from page to page- […]
Holocaust survivor hopes never happens again
Dr. Al Miller of Hamilton, OH spoke at Atrium Medical Center July 28 about the horrors of being a Jew during the presidency of Adolf Hitler. From the time he was 10-years-old throughout his journey to American at the age of 17, his life was shaped by a dictatorship that’s main goal was not only to wipe […]
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