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Statement on Charlottesville, VA
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
August 17, 2017: We, the Board of Directors of the Holocaust & Intolerance Museum of New Mexico, find it sad and alarming that in this day and age we must send out a document condemning the recent horrific events in Charlottesville, VA and the lack of appropriate response from the President of the United States.
Our museum was founded by survivors of the Holocaust, and we vow never to forget their struggle for survival. Our mission promotes tolerance, and we condemn all activity that champions hate and superiority in our society. We stand against any act that advocates hate, violence, or bigotry.
We call on our elected officials to stand with us and to affirm to our city, state, and nation that New Mexicans will not condone such behavior.
We will continue to teach about the outcomes of hate-driven movements and to promote friendship among united cultures.
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We are unique. Our purpose is to educate visitors well as teach about other genocides and forms of bullying that have affected people around the world. We are not limited to one religion, culture, geographic area, or time.
Our site is organized as follows:
- History of genocide—an overview.
- Contact us—ask questions or send messages of support.
- Gifts and donations—you can support us financially and otherwise.
- Projects—past and present.
- Exhibits—some permanent, some temporary (travelling). See a brief summary of the permanent items in our museum.
- Press room—articles that have appeared about our organization.
- Board—important supporters of our work.
- Links—others dedicated to eliminating hate and intolerance.