Pinwheel Exhibit

Students Rebuild, the Bezos Family Foundation, the International Rescue Committee (IRC) and the Museum of Tolerance invite you to visit the  



September 17, 2017 thru January 7, 2018 at the Museum of Tolerance

About the Exhibit

An inspiring exhibit of pinwheels that were created by Syrian children living in a refugee camp in Lebanon and by youth all over the world who participated in the Students Rebuild Healing Classroom Challenge in support of their Syrian peers. This unique exhibition was created by Students Rebuild and the Bezos Family Foundation with special student curators from Montlake Elementary School in Seattle, Washington. On display at the MOT September 17th – October 20th, 2017.

Take the Facing Difference Challenge

Participate in the Students Rebuild Facing Difference Challenge to empower young people to reflect and take action toward building understanding, empathy and peace.

Stop by the Museum Atrium and create a self‐portrait.

For every self-portrait you submit, the Bezos Family Foundation will donate $3 to help young people across conflict zones engage in dialogue and work toward peace.

Create self-portraits at home and send them to the MOT to be included in the donation!

Included with Museum Membership or Admission. Advance Ticket Purchase recommended: or call 310-772-2505.