Explore engaging games, multimedia, and interactive exhibits in Make a Difference! The Harvey L. Miller Family Youth Exhibition, where children ages 8-12 can have fun discovering ways to respect differences, address bullying, and take a stand on issues that matter to them. Exhibits include Take A Stand, a virtual reality game where frogs confront "bullies" in their pond; Choices, a peek inside school lockers to find inspiring stories about Rosa Parks and Anne Frank as well as modern-day teens who took a stand; and What Do You See, where kids explore an interactive mural to see who is standing up for what is right and who could use a hand.
Don't miss this opportunity to learn and grow with your child-
it's never too early to talk to your kids about standing up for
themselves and others!
The Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center tells the
story of the Holocaust through richly designed, interactive
exhibitions that will both move and inspire you. World-class
special exhibitions explore broad themes that foster the promotion
of human rights and the elimination of genocide,
including Ruth Gruber:
Photojournalist. On display through June 1, 2014, the
exhibition celebrates the remarkable life, vision, and heroic
tenacity of a 20th century pioneer and trailblazing