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The Butterfly Project of the Ann Arbor Jewish Sanctuary and Immigration Network uses butterflies as a symbol of both migration and beauty to emblematize the notions that Migration is beautiful and universal, that no human being is illegal, that child detention is a travesty, and most of all, “Never Again is Now.”

Artist Gunter Demnig’s stolpersteine, or stumbling stones, commemorating Jews murdered or having fled the Holocaust is the inspiration behind this project. Ruth Kraut, Hammond-Sass, or Elena Weissman invite you to join in the effort of creating tiles to commemorate present-day atrocities. For more info, contact Ruth Kraut ( ruthkraut@gmail.com ), Idelle Hammond-Sass ( hammond_sass@msn.com ), or Elena Weissman ( elena.weissman@gmail.com ).


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