After vandalism, museum continues to share Jewish life in Alaska

Incidents of antisemitism have been on the rise nationally and worldwide. Here in Alaska, a series of events last year highlighted the need for continued education to combat bigotry. As Alaska Public Media’s Adelyn Baxter reports, the Alaska Jewish Museum sees that as part of its core mission, even as it’s been a target.

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Matt Faubion is a videographer at Alaska Public Media. Reach him at mfaubion@alaskaoublic.org.