Students took great life lessons from the Museum of Tolerance – “Say No to Bullying”; “Tolerance and Kindness Starts with You”; and “Be Tolerant.” These inspirational themes have been transformed into unique artistic designs as part of the “Make Tolerance Stick” art contest at the Museum of Tolerance. Five winning designs have been selected, from 4th grade to 8th grade, to be reproduced onto 20,000 stickers to be given out to Museum students and guests, all part of the important message of the Museum of Tolerance.

YARITZA TOLEDO: Age 9; Abraham Lincoln Elementary

I always hear negative words in school and all around, and I just wish for everyone to use kind and positive words for others to make them smile.”

TALLULAH YOUNGER: Age 10; Wish Charter

If everyone is kind and tolerant to everyone, it will create a world of happiness.”

CYNTHIA FREGOSO PERÉZ: Age 12; Topa Topa Elementary

Thank you so much for choosing my sticker; I am so honored! I am super excited to visit the Museum of Tolerance!!!!”

SAMANTHA E. ARROYO: Age 12; Currie Middle School

We may all look different but we in reality are the same inside. We share the same earth and feelings. How am I any different when I’m important as you are, as you are to me? So join us and we will and can get through this as one.”

DEVIN STOREY: Age 13; Valley View Middle School

After visiting the Museum of Tolerance I learned that tolerance comes in all different shapes and sizes but it always comes from the heart. Thank you again for this opportunity.”

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The Museum is Closed Saturdays and Jewish Holidays - Winter Hours are in effect. The MOT closes at 3:30pm on Fridays between November - March. Last entrance is at 1:00pm.

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