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Assembly Representative Attacks Nonprofit Children’s Museum With Nazi Analogy

Category: COVID-19

“People have shown us support in many ways: private messages, donations, memberships, virtual hugs. It’s really amazing. And all those people, every one of those messages counts for so much.”

— Cory Rusch, Director, Central Wisconsin Children’s Museum

An attack by a Republican Assembly representative that compared a nonprofit children's museum to the Nazi Party [in response to the museum's policy requiring visitors to wear face masks] has members of the community rallying to the museum's defense.

Continue Reading at Wisconsin Public Radio

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