Learn about the history of prejudice and racism by browsing the exhibits and engaging in interactive activities at Los Angeles' Museum of Tolerance. Established in 1993, this multimedia facility consists of four primary sections, including periodically changing special exhibits. The Tolerancenter features an animated retelling of American history, a replica of a 1950s diner and other themed exhibits. In the Finding Our Families, Finding Ourselves area, delve into the lives of famous Americans, such as Maya Angelou and Carlos Santana. When you enter the Holocaust section, you take on the persona of a Jewish child in Nazi Europe.