By Kevin Rollason
"We shouldn't have a Holocaust exhibit as a permanent exhibit if no one else has one," said Tony Bergmeier, national president of the German-Canadian Congress.
The organization objects to having permanent galleries devoted to the Holocaust and Canada's aboriginal people when no other human-rights violation or human suffering is receiving a permanent exhibit, Bergmeier said.
The issue of Canada's treatment of aboriginal people is getting a permanent display because it is a Canadian human-rights issue, she said.
For more on the subject, see NMAI = Greatest Story Never Told and Wounded Knee "Delivered the Sentence."