A Mobile Education Hub to Fight Hate and Anti-Semitism
The immersive Mobile Museum of Tolerance (MMOT) is the Simon Wiesenthal Center Illinois’ flagship educational initiative.
The state-of-the-art bus is fitted with interactive tech and theater seating to provide one-of-a-kind learning experiences to students and adults alike. The purpose of the MMOT is to empower people of all ages and backgrounds to raise their voices and act against anti-Semitism, bullying, racism, hate and intolerance, and to promote human dignity.
The bus’ exterior is adorned with the images of famous human rights leaders throughout history. Inside, MMOT programs use powerful emotive and cognitive stimuli to address pressing social issues in ways that complement and supplement existing school and community resources. The MMOT can also equip teachers and schools with follow up lesson plan material to build on the mobile museum’s key messages.
Our Yazdani team has a deep history with the Simon Wiesenthal Center including interactive gardens and museum exhibits in Jerusalem and the Anne Frank exhibit in Los Angeles.