The Museum of Jewish Heritage was chosen to host the painting by the Bondi Jaray estate who wanted "a setting that would memorialize the suffering of so many in the Holocaust and the resilience and resolve of those who escaped and/or survived."
Museum Director Dr. David G. Marwell said, "We honor the memory of victims of the Holocaust every day at this Museum and we remember the millions who, while they may have themselves survived, lost their communities, families, homes, and property. While they can never recover what they have lost, it is important to set some things right when at all possible—no matter how long it takes.
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