I'm embarrassed to admit that my visit to the Museum of Jewish Heritage on Sunday was my very first to that incredible institution.
In addition to the permanent core exhibition, I wanted to see two temporary offerings: "Beyond Swastika and Jim Crow: Jewish Refugee Scholars at Black Colleges" and "The Morgenthaus: A Legacy of Service." Each would have been well worth the trip (and admission) on its own.
I encourage everyone to go to the Museum and see these exhibitions themselves, but even a Web visit will provide much to think about.
P.S. It appears that a film quite related to "Beyond Swastika and Jim Crow" will be screened in DC as part of the Washington Jewish Film Festival on Tuesday, December 8.