Terry Swartzberg’s Munich kippa – now in Jewish Museum Berlin

The prestigious Jewish Museum in Berlin has joined its counterpart in Munich and the Museum of History of the Federal Republic of Germany in Bonn in adding Terry Swartzberg’s Munich kippa to its collection.

“I am honored by the Jewish Museum’s request to have one of my Munich kippot. The Museum’s design – created by my friends Daniel and Nina Libeskind – and collection make it one of the most evocative venues of Jewish life, culture and suffering in the world,” states Terry Swartzberg, the Munich-based ethical campaigner. His causes include the Stolpersteine, the world’s largest project of commemoration.