Jewish Museum

“There is an exhibit with thousands of faces made out of thick iron plates. You are encouraged to walk across these plates, and when the loud clanking of the metal reacts with the hard silence of the large, empty area, you feel as though you can hear the millions of lives that perished during the dark times in our history throughout wars and genocides. That room affected me because it was the first time that I was able to feel the pain of all the lost souls.” (Bennett Yeargan, ’15)