Brooklyn Museum Tells Holocaust Story Through Eyes Of Orthodox JewsPlay
There's a new museum in New York City that examines the Holocaust with an Orthodox Jewish perspective. Staffed mostly by the children and grandchildren of Holocaust survivors, the museum focuses not on observant Jews as victims of Nazi persecution, but on how they managed to continue religious observance under the most horrific conditions.
Jon Kalish (@kalishjon) reports from Brooklyn.
This segment aired on April 12, 2018.