The Mobile Museum of Tolerance is a groundbreaking initiative of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, designed to promote respect and understanding among people of all cultures and religions. Its exhibits explore the history of prejudice and discrimination, including the Holocaust, and encourage visitors to reflect on their own attitudes and behaviors.
The Mobile Museum of Tolerance team will provide expert guidance and facilitate interactive experiences for visitors, helping to foster dialogue and promote empathy and understanding. The bus will visit the following schools and students:
- October 10, 2023
Regional Alternative School
408 W. Washington Street
Bloomington, IL 61732
Topic: Civil Rights
- October 11, 2023
Normal Community West High School
501 N. Parkside Road
Normal, IL 61761
Topic: Digitial Media Literacy
- October 12, 2023
Heyworth High School
308 W. Cleveland Street
Heyworth, IL 61745
Topic: Civil Rights, Digitial Media Literacy & Open House for Area Educators
- October 13, 2023
Chester East Lincoln Elementary School
1300 County Road 1500 N
Lincoln, IL 62656
Topic: Anne Frank Story, Civil Rights, Power of Ordinary People
- February 2, 2024
MMOT educators present at the ISU History Symposium sponsored by ROE # 17, the History Department at ISU, and the McLean County Museum of History.
- February 8 -9, 2024
MMOT returns for community engagement and professional learning (made possible by the support of the Illinois Community Prairie Foundation).
* Please note these events are not open to the public. Questions? Please email [email protected].