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The Holocaust Museum Is a Reminder of How Difference Can Inspire Fear

Commentator Maureen Corrigan reflects on the opening of the Holocaust Memorial Museum and the Gay Rights March, two events which overlapped recently in Washington, D.C.


Other segments from the episode on April 27, 1993

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, April 27, 1993: Interview with George Shultz; Commentary on Washington D.C.'s Holocaust Memorial Museum and gay rights march; Interview with Aryeh Neier.


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