Jew in the Box 'I Don't Blame Germans for their Ignorance'

After two decades of life in Germany, an American Jew reflects on the Berlin Jewish Museum's controversial "Jew in the Box" exhibition and her experiences in a country that still has a dearth of Jews, even decades after the war.
Von Miriam Widman
Journalist Miriam Widman: "If there aren't many Jews around, meeting one in a box in a museum is better than not having any contact."

Journalist Miriam Widman: "If there aren't many Jews around, meeting one in a box in a museum is better than not having any contact."

Foto: Jüdisches Museum Berlin / Linus Lintner