Went to the Holocaust Museum in DC.
They have a special exhibit- Some Were Neighbors: Collaboration and Complicity in the Holocaust that I wish the world could see. It talked about how civilians reacted towards the slow build up of atrocities, leading to the murder of millions. The exhibit posed pertinent questions to the viewers about how people could get to that level of complicity; what would you have done, and other such provocative questions.
It meant a lot to me, because that’s what I try to expose through my writing, to break down the ideas that people are just born good or evil, as if the nazis sprung up out of nowhere and blindsided an otherwise oblivious world. Seriously, if I could just throw that whole exhibit into a single Foreward XD