30 years ago today, on November 9, 1989, the Berlin wall fell. What can America learn from Berlin’s struggle to face Its violent past?
Insect collections from the Essig Museum of Entomology, University of California, Berkeley.
On Holocaust Remembrance Day, we remember the genocide of more than 11 million people—at least 6 million of them Jews—along with Jehovah’s Witnesses, Roma and Sinti (also called Gypsies), people of color, people with disabilities, political opponents, and homosexuals.
Wisconsin Veterans Museum
Last weekend I visited the Wisconsin Veterans Museum in Madison, Wisconsin. It is a free museum with excellent exhibits, a manageable floor plan, and it is located on the beautiful capitol square. Here are links to my individual posts on the museum: