The Center for Social Justice and Human Understanding: featuring the Holocaust Collection
houses the largest collection of Holocaust artifacts in the region. The collection
features propaganda documents the Germans used to ostracize Jewish communities, an
original copy of Mein Kampf, various documents, prisoner uniforms, and over 100 original
photographs. In addition, the collection includes a large collection of books about
the Holocaust and World War II period.
The Center also maintains two smaller collections of artifacts- one dedicated to documenting
the transatlantic slave trade and another dedicated to the life and legacy of Jackie
Robinson. The slavery exhibit contains numerous objects including shackles, freeman
badges, an Underground Railroad quilt, and a child's cradle.
Our Jackie Robinson collection highlights the tremendous accomplishments of major
league baseball's first African American player. The collection includes autographed
baseballs, Jackie Robinson's bat, jersey, and warm-up gear, and a number collectible
Center for Social Justice and Human Understanding
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