The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, US plans to use an anonymous $18 million gift to add digital exhibits to its center. The digital exhibit would resemble the kind of simulated conversations with Holocaust survivors offered by the Dimensions in Testimony exhibit. “We are really the last generation who will be living with the survivors and World War II veterans,” says CEO Sarah Weiss. The center, which is a field trip destination for all Cincinnati ninth graders, will also deepen youth programming and create an endowment. However, pending legislation in Ohio that would bar schools from teaching diversity, equity or inclusion in ways deemed divisive may have an unintended consequence of making teachers afraid to teach about the Holocaust, Weiss said.