by Kiel Majewski, Executive Director
I recently spent 10 days in Los Angeles, which is one of my favorite cities in the U.S. But I wasn’t hanging out at Santa Monica Pier or going to Chavez Ravine for a Dodger game. Most of my time was spent in a little building in Playa Vista, near the airport. Inside this nondescript building, a dozen people or so were working on a project they hope will be the future of Holocaust education.
The most important structure in that building is a geodesic dome covered in lights and cameras.