Holocaust Lecturer Jay Ipson

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RICHMOND, Va (WTVR) - "Lawyers Without Rights" is an exhibit that focuses on Jewish lawyers in Germany under the Third Reich and sheds light on their lives following the Nazi’s rise to power. Holocaust history lecturer Jay Ipson shared more details about the exhibit which opens Sunday, December 15th  through February 2nd from 9am to 5pm at the Gay Community Art Gallery at 1407 Sherwood Avenue in Richmond.


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  • airjackie

    We must learn the horror of the Holocaust to assure it never happens again. I have great Jewish friends and even got to visit Israel to get educated on this history. America has our history of horror as I got to study the US in the 1700’s as many barbaric torture was done to slaves. I feel we should learn from the pass to remember never to do it again. Many of the torture done at the time of the Holocaust and in the US were done in the Medieval times.

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