The Museum of Tolerance


In talking about his "favorite charity" one day, Robert told me that the Museum of Tolerance was something he was "absolutely passionate about!" The Museum is the educational arm of the Simon Wiesenthal Center and from the Museum's own website, it was created to help "visitors confront bigotry and racism." It is a high tech, hands-on museum with interactive exhibits on the dynamics of racism and prejudice and the history of the Holocaust. Robert went on to say that he "always tried to portray 'Flint' as tolerant and accepting of all people," because that is how strongly he feels, and has always felt, about this matter. 

To learn more about this unique Museum, visit their website at:
All profits from the sale of the photos and CD's will go to this very special Museum. Anyone wishing to make a separate contribution, or a contribution in Robert's name, can do so by going to:

For those of you lucky enough to be living in the Los Angeles area, the Museum is located at:

Simon Wiesenthal Plaza
9786 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90035


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