American Jewish history museum seeks bankruptcy protection

American Jewish history museum seeks bankruptcy protection

The National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia filed for bankruptcy protection Monday, seeking relief from debt brought by construction efforts. The museum -- which was founded in 1976 -- announced it will continue operating while undergoing reorganization. The museum owes a little over $30M to bondholders and about $500,000 to unsecured creditors, according to court documents.

Chris
Chris
Watheverable GRAMPS
Watheverable GRAMPS 0 months

Oy vey

Stan
Stan 0 months

it's anodda Shoah!!!

Fin
Fin 0 months

Ouch

Frederick
Frederick 0 months

Oy vey, I can't blame 'em. The matzo ball soup was teeerrible. And it was so hot, I was shvitzing so much my kippa couldn't stay on my head.

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