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Examining modern day prejudice and violence through the lens of the rhetoric, hate, and historical events from WWI through Kristallnacht.

Student-led, the ASAP Museum debuted November 2023 in the Bay Area. Designed as a popup experience, the museum can be easily replicated by other organizations to further our mission: educating and empowering communities nationwide to take a stand against hate. 

Learn more at asapmuseum.org.

We need your support. ASAP does not charge institutions to host a Museum and is 100% volunteer run. But there are other costs - i.e., printing and/or shipping of materials - that not all institutions can afford to subsidize. To get ASAP in front of as many communities as possible, we need your help!

Thank you for joining us in taking a stand against hate and antisemitism.

Sincerely,
Emmett
Founder & Director,  ASAP Museum

Peninsula Temple Sholom, a 501(c)3, is collecting donations on behalf of ASAP. Tax ID# 94-6024560. 100% of your funds will go to support and grow ASAP Museums.

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