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Museum of Tolerance: Campaigning for a Live-and-Let-Live World

Located in Los Angeles, California, the Museum of Tolerance (MOT) is one of the most unique establishments of its kind in the whole world. As an educational entity dedicated to the examination of racism and prejudice amongst the human race, … Continue reading

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Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park: A Haunting Message Concerning the Survival of Humankind

  On August 6, 1945, three B-29 aircraft made their way over the Japanese port city of Hiroshima, dropping an atomic weapon named “Little Boy” that lethally claimed between 90,000 and 166,000 lives. Three days later, a second explosion codenamed “Fat … Continue reading

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