Visit the Hate Ends Now mobile museum in Tallahassee to educate people about the Holocaust

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — A new traveling exhibit encourages you to take a stand against hate.

The Hate Ends-Now Tour… Brings * The Cattle Car Show to Tallahassee.

You’ll board a replica of the cattle car used to ferry Jews to concentration camps during World War II.

See photos and video from 1933 and 1945.

And hear stories from Holocaust survivors about their experience.

The exhibit challenges the misconception that the Holocaust never happened.

“What it is is more than a mobile Holocaust museum, it is an educational tool, an empowerment tool, to educate teenagers, their parents, everyone, communities, people of all faiths and walks of life about the atrocities of the Holocaust,” Hates Ends Now coordinator Solly Hess told ABC 27.

Hate Ends Now looks at Nazi leaders and how normal people committed crimes of indifference.

The exhibit wants to help people think about how we can take a stand against anti-Semitism and hate in our communities.

The expo took place Thursday at Tallahassee City Hall and is scheduled to be held on the Florida State University campus in Landis Green Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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