We all can and should draw lessons from history. As a public institution, the History Meeting House is open for everyone. We always make sure that it remains a place of dialogue, community-building, safety and tolerance. Every day we work with testimonies of the history of the 20th century, and we are fully aware of the consequences of creating divisions and spreading hatred. We extend our support to all minorities and excluded groups, and adamantly oppose discrimination against anyone for any reason.
We want everyone visiting the History Meeting House to feel safe.