Amid rising anti-Semitism, hatred, and extremism, the Holocaust’s lessons have never been more relevant. William Levine’s gift will help the USHMM reach a global audience.
Why doesn’t the Gates Foundation apply its weight and institutional expertise to ameliorate the significant health problems in America?
Charities in the United States remain mum about funding accepted from the adult entertainment industry.
A leading trade union group in Germany, among others, has accused some state-run museums of sidestepping new minimum wage standards by classifying some jobs geared for young workers as apprenticeships and volunteer positions.
Both museums have been flagship institutions for their respective cities, and both Detroit and the FMMA hired bankruptcy attorneys, but federal bankruptcy proceedings are much more contentious, expensive, and drawn out than dissolution proceedings under California’s insolvency law.
A struggle over possession of the archives left by Anne Frank and her family gets very ugly.