Phase 4 Reopening Restrictions; 'You Can't Just Show Up Anymore'"It's been a difficult time for all of us, but we are really looking forward to be able to reopen."
Illinois Holocaust Museum Hosting Virtual Juneteenth Event With Sherrilyn IfillThis month marks the 155th anniversary of Juneteenth, commemorating the end of slavery in the U.S.
The Chicago Jewish Film Festival Kicks Off This WeekThe festival features 52 films and will take place at venues across the city and suburbs.
Holocaust Survivor Describes Depravity And Humanity Of Lodz Ghetto; Photographer's Work Shows It ClearlyAn exhibit of Henryk Ross's photos of Lodz Ghetto debuts at the Illinois Holocaust Museum this weekend.
Holocaust Museum Opens Its First Slavery Exhibit 'Purchased Lives'"It helps the visitor understand that this is not a southern issue. Its ramifications were felt throughout the country and are still evident today."
Chicago Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. With Museum Exhibits, Day Of ServiceChicago and the nation honor late civil rights leader Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday.
Museum Honors Holocaust Remembrance DayThe photo exhibit marks the 75th Anniversary of the uprising against Nazi occupiers in the Jewish Ghetto in Warsaw, Poland during the Second World War.
The Holocaust Told Through HologramsThe Jewish United Fund estimates about 6,000 holocaust survivors remain in the Chicago area. One organization is using technology to better preserve their legacy.
Italian Family, Polish Man Honored By Illinois Holocaust MuseumThey risked their lives to help victims of the Holocaust and on Wednesday, three people were honored for their selfless acts. One of the survivors who benefited from their courage shared her story with CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot.