Foundation mission

 

The Arnold-Liebster
Foundation seeks to
promote peace, tolerance, human rights, and religious freedom by peaceful and
non political means...

>> more

 

 

Activities

 

The foundation has
sponsored or shared in numerous international events...

>> more

 

 

ARNOLD-LIEBSTER FOUNDATION

 

News and Events

Press Release: July 17, 2018
Museum Remains Deeply Concerned Over The Russian Government’s Persecution of Jehovah’s Witnesses

 

April 7, 2017
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Expresses Deep Concern Over Treatment of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Russia

 

 

Jehovah’s Witnesses: Faith Under Fire
January 13 - April 15, 2019

Holocaust Memorial Center
Zekelman Family Campus
28123 Orchard Lake Road
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

Jehovah’s Witnesses were persecuted and executed for refusing to conform to the Nazi ideology of hate. This exhibit provides an in-depth look at ordinary people who followed their conscience in the face of tyranny.

Created by the Arnold-Liebster Foundation.

Docent-led tours will be available on the following dates:
Sundays at 2:00 PM: February 17, March 31
Mondays at 7:00 PM: February 4, March 11, March 25
RSVP to 248-553-2400, ext. 145. Space is limited.

Purple Triangle

 

The Schoolgirl, The Nazis And The Purple Triangles
Award-winning 30-minute documentary film by Jonathan Lewis looks at the Nazi persecution of Jehovah's Witnesses through the eyes of a young schoolgirl. Based on the book "Facing the Lion: Memoirs of a Young Girl in Nazi Europe" by Simone Arnold Liebster.

The Schoolgirl, The Nazis And The Purple Triangles

Watch a 3 minute clip from the film.

Watch the full film available for classroom use.

 

 

Arnold Liebster Foundation on Facebook eBook - Facing the Lion eBook - Crucible of Terror Traveling Exhibitions Book Facing the Lion
Arnold Liebster Foundation on Facebook1 eBook - Facing the Lion2 eBook - Crucible of Terror3 Traveling Exhibitions2 Book Facing the Lion3

 

“What enabled us to offer moral resistance and stay firm in the face of a tyrannical state?

Drawing by Simone Arnold, 12, subjected to a grilling in Mulhouse (Alsace), March 1943“Our strong convictions helped us reject omnipresent propaganda, respond to hateful persecution with love and forgiveness, and conquer despair thanks to our firm hope.

“May these reflections, testimonies, and narratives help our visitors understand that intolerance leads to exclusion, persecution, and ultimately annihilation.

“May these historical accounts likewise inspire strength and courage in those suffering oppression of all kinds.”

The founders

 

Legal Notice - © Arnold-Liebster Foundation 2016